By Jack Martin on Nov 13, 2020 at 05:19 PM

Happy Friday the 13th, 

Nothing scary about our forecast. 

Today we will see the front wash through with the Central coast seeing some fog, but to the south, sunny skies.


Tonight, Santa Barbara and Northwest exposed areas will see wind as we see a change in pressure. 

Saturday sunshine highs in the mid 70s and lows in the upper 40s along the coast, lower 40s in the valleys.

Saturday evening, another round of sundowner winds from the northwest in SB.

Sunday, high pressure and off shore winds build in. Winds shift to the northeast over Ventura to LA.

This will bring us warmer days and highs will begin to climb into the upper 70s to low 80s.

Monday, Heavenly. Chamber of commerce day for mid November, highs in the 80s for all.

Tuesday, the warmth continues, just slightly cooler. Highs in the upper 70s.

Wednesday, a weak low approaches. This does nothing for us other than slightly cooler.

Thursday, the front washes out as it approaches the central coast.

Friday is typical fall weather. 

Next weekend it looks like we might see another off shore event with warmth for all.

Bottom line, Southern California is looking high and dry. For as long as the extended forecast can predict. 

Enjoy California dreaming weather. 


 Lastly happy Friday the 13th, nothing to be afraid of with the weather 💀👻

Jack Martin

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