11/17/2020

By Jack Martin on Nov 17, 2020 at 04:36 PM

Good Tuesday morning,

OMG what a day we had on Monday. In Santa Barbara we had a high of 89 degrees and Camarillo broke a record at 95 degrees.

After the weather on Monday, it is hard to believe we are now going to talk about the rain. Well here is the next system. It will arrive later tonight.

https://www.eldoradoweather.com/current/satellite/west-us-east-pacific-geocolor.html

For today, nice weather, with mountain winds from the southeast. Clouds will start to flow in ahead of the front this afternoon.

Tonight, rain will arrive to the central coast, then move into santa Ynez. This will be a light rain storm with 1/4 inch or less. 

For Santa Barbara and even Ventura, the weather service has bumped the rain chances to 40%.

Where rain does fall in SB-South, it will be very light with possibly 1/10 of an inch.

Wednesday will still produce a slight chance for showers, but likely over the mountains only. Coastal areas will be spared.

After the front passes through, we will go back to a northerly wind event.

Santa Barbara and other locations will see on and off Northerly winds the rest of the week.

In addition to the wind, it will bring back more seasonable temps. You will need the light jacket once again.

As we look into late this week and the weekend, a weak front will pass Saturday with no real affect other than the wind factor.

Looking into the extended forecast, it looks like we could have another off shore event early next week.

Next Thursday is Thanksgiving, can you believe it is that time of year?

Zoom and House party Apps will be very busy that day.

This will be a funky holiday season.

Let’s all ask Santa for a Vaccine for Christmas, so life can return to how we liked it.

For now, enjoy the last day of warmer weather for the week. 

Also, rain chances over night, cover your patio furniture! 

Jack Martin

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