By Jack Martin on Dec 16, 2019 at 04:38 PM

Good Friday the 13th morning, 

Hope you are not superstitious. I am not, everyday should start out with the right attitude. 

Today we have a dirty ridge over us, with high pressure allowing some mid to high clouds over us.

It will be a nice warm day with highs in the low 70s. 


Tonight the ridge breaks down and low pressure over Oregon approaches. 

This will bring in a chance for light rain over SLO and northern SB county. 

For us, no rain SB and south. Santa Ynez might see some light rain.

Saturday night the cold air arrives, snow levels will drop to 3000 to 4000 feet. Maybe a little snow on the Interstate 5 and local mountains.

Gusty winds are expected in Santa Barbara and the mountains Saturday afternoon and into Sunday evening.

Sunday is looking sunny, but cooler. The cold air will allow chilly nights and highs in the 60s during the day.

Monday and Tuesday, the winds shift to the north east. This will bring in a cool Santa Ana event.

Winds will blow in Ventura and to the south, because of the cold air the temps will remain low.

No real heating.

Tuesday night and Wednesday, a low approaches. Depending on what model you read, we will have rain, or be dry.

The 2 long range models have no agreement at this point.

So the approach is chance of rain !!! Because we do not have a clue yet.

Thursday is looking to be sunny.

Hope everyone enjoys Friday the 13th and it is a Lucky day for you.

No fear of walking under a ladder here... 

Have a great weekend.

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Joe Sevilla