By Jack Martin on Mar 16, 2020 at 03:25 PM

Good Sunday morning, 

Rain, Rain, Rain. Well we asked for it and it is here now. 

This rain is what Seattle gets all the time. No huge amounts, but enough to keep you indoors. This is also why I moved out of there...... rain Saturday was spotty again with 1/2 to 1/10 in total.


Today more of the same. No heavy downpours just a Seattle like rain.

Tonight a low pressure system, in Seattle of course, drops south into the Bay Area. 

This will start to increase the rain to become more moderate on Monday. Rain will be heaviest in north county and drop south as the day marches on. 

Monday through Monday night should give us plenty of wet stuff, but no real heavy rain snow levels really drop to around 5000 feet so Tuesday morning will bring some white stuff to the mountains and maybe a pot of Gold at the end of the rainbow. 

Tuesday and Wednesday steady rain turns to showers. This is supposed to affect areas more to the south, so we will wait and see where the low parks.

Thursday is suppose to be dry, but 1 model shows some rain from a system in the north.

Friday and into the weekend is unsettled. What that means is the models have no idea what will happen. They basically have different ideas with no agreement now... 

There is another system that will affect the area next weekend. Just not sure how.....

So what are we looking at this week. 1 to 2 inches coastal, more in the hills and places like Old Man mountain up to 5 inches.

Yes that’s what I called it..... ☹

Oh here is a good easy to read website by a 16 year old of course Seattle kid: https://ncov2019.live/

Check out these pictures of cabo San Lucas, spring break and college students drinking lots of Corona not caring if they are spreading it 😊



My friend David lives there and sent them yesterday, no reported cases there until these guys arrived!!!!


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Thank you for coming up to do the demo for the Career Fair at Los Prietos. All the boys were fascinated by the chance to see how sheet metal is formed, and to do some of it themselves. A hands-on demo is always the most effective in getting the boys involved. We really appreciate your arranging the demo, especially since you had already put so much energy into the talk and demo you did for the Construction Technology class. The teaching and Probation staff were all impressed by how involved the boys were in your demo.
Richard Anderson Instructor
Construction Technology Program Los Prietos Boys Camp