2/10/2020

By Jack Martin on Feb 10, 2020 at 04:25 PM

Good Monday morning, 

If you can’t hear it, you will feel the wind as soon as you walk outside. 

Winds are blowing 60 miles an hour in the mountains and 30 miles an hour at my house. 

Yesterday, the storm passed through to give us clouds over the mountains with some light showers.

The best we could muster for rain was some drops on my windshield.

Today it leaves us with wind. As The low pressure system is near San Diego.

The man story is the wind, with some mountain snow blowing around. 

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

Winds will die down this afternoon, then pick up again in LA tonight.

Tuesday we go back into a dry off shore pattern through Wednesday. 

Thursday, a weak low will approach and bring us nothing more than wind.

Rain chance are slight and where rain does occur it will be very light.

We are looking for dry weather through next weekend. Yes, the drought continues. 

It looks like we will be at least half way through February before we see any rain for the month.

It is time to bring out the rain dancers.

Be aware of the wind, and have a good week. 

Valentine’s Day is Friday so you can get a jump on plans. 

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