By Jack Martin on Oct 28, 2020 at 02:28 PM

Good Wednesday morning, 

This is a cool loop show how the day light turns to night over the Pacific Ocean.

You can also see how off shore flow is keeping any and all clouds out to sea:


The real story however is those Dodgers, World Series campions for the first time since 1988.

When Kirk Gibson hit the walk off in the first game of the 88 World Series. 

I remember that day so perfect because my son was two years old and my brother and I were yelling and excited.

That made my son so excited that he grabbed an egg off the counter and threw it at the TV. That was the start of his baseball dreams. 

The game kept me up past my bedtime, but it was worth it. 32 years is a long time.

Ok back to the weather.

We will have continued sunshine. If you are up early with me, walk outside and look at the sky.

The crisp clear morning stars are brightening the skies. You can see all the stars up there. (If you slept in here is a photo)


Today the winds are going to die down to the south and everyone will just see a great day.

Sunny and warm with highs in the 70s and some 80s. Tonight, SB will see some mild sundowner winds, from the northwest.

Thursday and through the weekend, we will not see much of a change. Great weather For the last week in October.

Looks into next week, no rain in sight and another Santa Ana wind event Sunday night into Monday.

Enjoy the day, I know Dodgers and fans are going to….

Jack Martin

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