02/02/2021

By Jack Martin on Feb 02, 2021 at 04:14 PM

Good Tuesday morning, 

I hope everyone is back on the email group after last weeks fiasco with Google suites.

We still truly do not know why or how many people got dropped from the group, so if there are anymore let us know.

This weeks weather is in complete contrasts to last week. This month will start off dry with some wind.

A matter of fact, the entire month is not looking good for our long range forecast.

We might need a March Miracle to save the rainfall this year.  

You can see from the satellite, there is not much Action in the forecast.

https://zoom.earth/#view=23.9,-103,3.72z/date=2021-02-02,06:00,-8

A weak system is coming down the coast, and will maybe create some sprinkles in SLO.

Nothing to the south. Tonight it looks like SB might have a mild sundowner wind event.

Other than that, onshore flow and some fog in other areas.

Wednesday looks like we will see some northwest winds as pressure change occurs.

This will create typical winds with those exposures (like my house.) 

Thursday high pressure and off shore flow builds in. This will continue into the weekend.

Friday looks like a nice warm up will begin. Temps will rise each day through the weekend with highs from the upper 60s to low 70s.

A nice weekend overall.

Monday looks to begin a little cool down. 

As I mentioned earlier, the long range forecast for February does not look good for rain at this point, however, long range forecasts can not be reliable.

Last weeks rains did very little for run off for our water table and lakes. The rise was only 9 inches at Cachuma at 64%.

A long ways to go. Rain totals are also now 40% of normal, not really putting much of a dent into our normal rainfall.

We will see what is delivered in the weeks and months to come.

In the meantime, enjoy the nice patio dinning weather and go to your local Restaurant’s to help them dig out of the hole our state Government put them in. 

Have a great day.

Jack Martin

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