By Jack Martin on Jan 13, 2020 at 03:56 PM

Good Friday morning, 

Another work week has flown by. Thursday’s rain was pretty much exactly as expected and predicted. Santa Barbara got a dusting of rain.

Enough to wet the streets, but no accumulation to note, .001 to be exact. So that does barely break our streak of 14 days with no rain.

Areas to the north received a average of 1/10th of an inch and Ventura south none.

Today a ridge builds in and a nice overall day. It is starting out cooler, but as the sun rolls up we will warm up into the mid to upper 60s.

Saturday, nice weather prevails in the morning, but winds will begin to blow from the north in the afternoon. 15 to 20 miles an hour.

This is due to a dry inside slider that will do nothing more than cool us down and bring some wind.

Sunday through Tuesday are looking to be dry and sunny. As high pressure builds in again.

Wednesday we start to transition with a low moving in.

Thursday and Friday, the rain word comes back into the picture. 

Have a great weekend, it should be nice weather.

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