By Jack Martin on Jan 15, 2020 at 04:14 PM

Wednesday morning, 

Another Chilly start to the day, but a little warmer than yesterday. Tuesday frost was all over the roofs.

Today will be another nice day, but as you look at the satellite picture you can see our next wet event beginning to move our way.


Today is non eventful in the weather front. 

Tonight the low moves closer and clouds begin to roll in. 

Over night clouds will thicken and rain will become likely on Thursday morning.

It does now look like the rain will hold off until late Thursday morning. Typically rain will start up from north to south. Central coast will see rain earlier in the morning.

Santa Ynez around 9 or 10. Santa Barbara, 11am and points south soon after.

This system will have good south winds with it. Mountains should see gusts to 45 miles an hour.

Coastal we will not feel these winds, but Santa Barbara will see enhanced rainfall due to the orientation of the mountains and south winds.

Rain totals are still in line with yesterday. .25 to .75 coastal, exception for SB where we will see higher amounts due to south flow. Mountains .75 to 1.25. Some south faces could see 1.5 inches.

Overall a moderate storm and a quick hitter. 

Rain goes East Thursday night, bringing back nice weather and sun. Friday through the weekend, maybe some high clouds.

Monday and Tuesday also look to be dry, but we will need to see how the models trend into mid week.

It looks like a few disturbances will bring us a chance of rain. 

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