06/17/2021

By Jack Martin on Jun 17, 2021 at 05:09 PM

Good Thursday morning,

So much to talk about today, but I have to share the home page of the National weather service Oxnard with the Bull dog with ice around it

https://www.weather.gov/lox/

The heat wave is on for all areas, except the coastal areas of Santa Barbara.

The ocean air conditioner is working, with fog flowing into the Las Positas this morning.

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This is thanks to a coastal Eddy that has formed over Santa Barbara. Our heat wave will be restricted to a high of 78 degrees.

Just over the mountains, 20 miles away. A completely different story with highs today of 102 degrees.

A matter of fact, all the inland valleys will continue to have the excessive heat warning. All areas will see 100+ temps.

There will also be some sub-tropical clouds over the mountains, giving us the subtropical feel.

The clouds will be quite high, so do not expect any moisture to hit the ground, just a pretty skyline.

As the week moves into Friday, fog returns to the coast and inland areas stay hot though Saturday, with cooling arriving for all Sunday.

Father’s day will be nice everywhere, mid 70s along the Coast and Mid 80s in the Valleys.

The cooling trend continues into next week with all areas returning to normal temps.

Hang in there if you live in the valleys. If it gets too hot, come to the beach where it will be 30 degrees cooler.

Have a Great day, stay cool.

“Now who loves the Fog”

Summer has arrived, and you can see the threat of Hurricanes back in the southern Pacific.

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=epac&fdays=5

Summer soloists 4 days away on Monday the 21st.

Jack Martin

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