By Jack Martin on Dec 08, 2020 at 03:57 PM

Good Tuesday morning, 

Today, it is all about the warm temp and the winds. Yesterday the winds come up in the afternoon for all and the mercury climbed to 80 degrees late in the afternoon. 

Overnight, the wind affected most areas with peak gusts from 35 to 70 miles an hour. This made for a warm night. Most areas stayed in the 60s and 70s. Here is wind speeds in the mountains: 

Today it will be windy, but more of a typical Santa Ana event. Ventura south will be quite windy through this afternoon, then the winds will back off.

Since there is still an eastern component to the winds, the central coast and Santa Ynez will still see some wind today.

For SB, we should be calm and warm. As a matter of fact, everyone will be warm. Most locations will see 80s with a few low 90s sprinkled in.

…..It will be fire weather.... 

All winds back down tonight and Wednesday the off shore event moves out and we welcome backing onshore flow.

This will bring cooler weather both Thursday and Friday with fog along the coast, and temps 15 degrees cooler than today. 

For the weekend, it looks like high pressure builds back in for Sunday and temps will remain warm, with NO rain in sight.

We are still dry for the next 7 days, and likely 10.

Have a nice warm day, we might need to break out our shorts again. 

Jack Martin

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Thank you for coming up to do the demo for the Career Fair at Los Prietos. All the boys were fascinated by the chance to see how sheet metal is formed, and to do some of it themselves. A hands-on demo is always the most effective in getting the boys involved. We really appreciate your arranging the demo, especially since you had already put so much energy into the talk and demo you did for the Construction Technology class. The teaching and Probation staff were all impressed by how involved the boys were in your demo.
Richard Anderson Instructor
Construction Technology Program Los Prietos Boys Camp