By Jack Martin on Mar 05, 2020 at 03:58 PM

Good Thursday morning, 

The marine layer has descended upon us, creating fog 1800 feet and below.

The marine layer will burn off around lunch time and we will see cooler temps today. 

To the south, a weak off shore flow still exists, so some warming there.

Friday will be a carbon copy of today with some fog and cooler temps in the 60s.

Saturday, a weak low drops into Northern California. This will bring on fog and some drizzle possible in the morning.

Saturday afternoon, the low pressure system moves closer and will likely produce some light rain. Total will be very low, with 1/10th of an inch.

Late Saturday night, rain moves south and all eyes should be on your clocks because we turn our clocks ahead at 3 am Sunday morning. 😊

Sunday will be another uneventful day, but all eyes will be on the weather Monday through Wednesday.

Models have been consistent talking about a cut-off low forming on Monday off of point conception and tapping into some subtropical moisture.

This system will be our first real rain in sometime. Where it is hard to know how much, we will receive 1 inch at least with the likelihood of more. 

Rain chances will persist Monday through Wednesday, with Tuesday being the most likely.

As we get into the weekend, the forecast will be more defined, but this looks to make the creeks flow again.... 

….. In the mean time stay tuned

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