1/7/2020

By Jack Martin on Jan 07, 2020 at 05:42 PM

Good Tuesday morning,

What a day it was on Monday. Santa Barbara hit a high of 77 degrees after starting out quite chilly. This was thanks to Santa Ana winds warming us up.

Today the off shore Santa Ana winds will continue, but will weaken. This will allow less wind in Ventura and south.

It will also allow temps to drop into the lower 70s for a high. Still above normal and a great day.

Wednesday an inside slider arrives. This will bring no rain, but north winds will be back.

Wednesday night another impulse will be more westerly and bring a chance of rain to SLO and northern SB county. If any rain falls, it will be light.

Santa Barbara south should remain dry, with rain chances stopping in Santa Ynez.

Friday looks to be nice, with a mild Santa Ana event. This will warm up back up in SB.

The weekend is not clear at this point, there are a few systems that will pass through and can possibly bring some light rain.

We will watch this as we get closer. 

In the mean time enjoy the sunshine and warmer weather. We are at day 12 of no rain. 

https://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/west/nepac/h5-loop-wv.html

Have a great day!

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