07/22/2020

By Jack Martin on Jul 22, 2020 at 05:09 PM

Good Wednesday morning,

Ever since I started using the dates in my subject line, I always remember dates daily.

Yesterday, high clouds started to stream in and it made for just a fantastic sunset.

No TV needed last night, the show was in the sky.

Today and really the next 7 days will be cooler, with below normal temps everywhere.

Even the hot spots like Paso will be in the 80s. Along the coast we will remain in the lower 70s.

Let’s look a little closer today, low pressure has brought back the marine layer at around 1200 feet.

This means clearing a little later with most coastal areas seeing sun by the afternoon.

Highs in the low 70s, coastal and low 80s in the valleys.

https://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/GOES/sector_band.php?sat=G17§or=psw&band=GEOCOLOR&length=12

Thursday is easy. A carbon copy of today. Temps remain well below normal, especially in the valleys. Friday will start out with normal fog and low clouds, then we will begin a very slow warm up through the weekend.

Saturday and Sunday will bring warmer days, but temps will still stay below normal for this time of year.

Expect the fog to remain in the coastal areas, burning off late mornings.

Monday we will see temps rise to just about normal for this time of year, but no heatwave here in Southern California.

Bottom line, there is not a lot of excitement in the weather. 

Tonight, look for the comet ☄️, it will be 6500 years,  before you see this one again.

Look to the northwest just after sunset.

Have a great day!

Sky7222020

                                  

Jack Martin

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