09/08/2020

By Jack Martin on Sep 08, 2020 at 03:21 PM

Good Tuesday morning,

We survived the Heat blast. Monday afternoon, the onshore flow returned and started to blanket the beaches with fog around 4 pm.

It is interesting that days are getting shorter with darkness still out there at 6:18 this morning. Once the sun rises, you will see Fog. A coastal Eddie has also brought fog from Gaviota to LA. It is 2,000 feet thick and will keep the coast fogged in most of the day.

https://www.eldoradoweather.com/satellite/goes/goeswest-large/us-pacific-coast-geocolor.php

Today we are going to have great work weather with temps dropping to seasonable.

Later today, however, a Santa Ana wind event is going to bring up winds and dry air for Ventura to LA.

You folks will also see lots of smoke from Bob cat fire to the East.

Hopefully the winds will not drive it too far into the valleys.

https://www.google.com/maps/@34.2270976,-118.3508764,9.26z/data=!4m3!15m2!1m1!1s%2Fg%2F11hnw__rgj

It will be one of those nights and into Wednesday where fire danger is high for those locations. Even Santa Barbara will see some smoke from this fire. Coastal and valley areas will warm up due to compressing of air, both Wednesday and Thursday. SB will remain seasonable, 80 degrees. Friday, we start a pattern with not a lot of excitement. The weekend will be nice and seasonable.

Maybe a little coastal fog, but for the most part, sunny and moderate temps.

Next Monday will be the warmest in the next 7 days as off shore winds return.

Have a great shorter work week.

Jack Martin

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