By Jack Martin on Jun 08, 2021 at 04:43 PM

Good Tuesday morning,

What a treat we have for Santa Barbara this morning. It is called blue skies.

It has been quite some time since we have seen blue skies to start the day. 

This is thanks to a mild sundowner wind last night, pumping the marine layer off the Santa Barbara coast. 

Most other areas are starting with the normal fog for June. 


The low-pressure system that brought us clouds and cool temps yesterday is now over Nevada. 

High Pressure is building in, and this will begin to produce sundowner winds for each of the next 3 nights. Tonight, winds should stay Refugio to Gaviota.

On Wednesday and Thursday, northwest winds will affect Santa Barbara with 40 to 50 mile an hour winds in the mountains. The good from the winds is clear skies in the mornings.

Temps will also rebound as Santa Barbara should see 3 to 7 degrees of warming from the chill of Monday.

Inland valleys will also start to feel the rise in temps Wednesday. Overall we are looking at a warm up for the weekend, and back to hot weather into the first part of next week.

If you are in SB, enjoy the Blue skies. Each day forward everyone will see sunshine earlier in the day, as the week goes on.


Jack Martin

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