By Jack Martin on Mar 03, 2020 at 03:48 PM

Good Tuesday morning,

Yes, morning came early after 4 hours of sleep, but it is nice to be home ....I think!!!

Today the forecast is all about the off shore flow and Santa Ana winds. This will make for a warm day in LA and Santa Ana wind prone areas.

Some areas will reach the low 80s. For us, we are looking at mid 70s, but a great overall day. 


Wednesday off shore flow to start, then onshore in the afternoon. This will bring back the marine layer.

Thursday morning some coastal fog thanks to the marine layer, then warming a bit.

Friday, nothing to note. Dry for the most part.

Saturday, low pressure rolls in and we should see a chance of rain in the afternoon or later in the evening.

Sunday, some chances of morning rain, but this system will be weak, with 1/4 of an inch or less.

Monday, dry for now.

Tuesday and into Wednesday is when we get excited to see a stronger storm possible.

This is still a ways out there, but if the models are correct, it will be a good one....

A cut off low will form off shore and pump in subtropical moisture....

Cut-off Lows are highly unpredictable, but if all the cards play out, it will make a dent in our Long dry spell...

Stay Tuned......

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