09/18/2020

By Jack Martin on Sep 18, 2020 at 02:20 PM

Good Friday morning, 

The weekend is nearing, which is always more relaxing than the work week.

Today we are starting out with warmer mornings due to Karina throwing mid to high clouds over us, and pushing the smoke East.

https://tempestwx.com/station/26594/

Good news on the fire front in the Pacific Northwest, they are seeing Rain the next 2 days:

https://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/GOES/conus_band.php?sat=G17&band=09&length=12

This low pressure system moving south will also affect us with some cooler air.

Tonight the biggest affect will be sundowner winds blowing from the north at 40 miles an hour in SB and Goleta. The good part of this for Santa Barbara is it will keep the fog away.

The weekend will still be nice for all, but a California Eddie will form bringing Catalina Fog. This will affect a lot of coastal LA.

Temps still should remain around normal through the weekend with highs in the low 80s coastal and 60s at night. Valleys will still remain in the mid 80s but cool to the 50s overnight.

Next week cooling Monday and Tuesday, then a warm up Wednesday into the weekend. 

This looks to provide us temps 6 degrees above normal and a possible heatwave in our future. 

Have a great weekend.

Jack Martin

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