By Jack Martin on Oct 21, 2021 at 02:45 PM

Good Thursday morning, 

Take a look at the healthy low-pressure system to the north.

That’s what all the chatter is about:  https://zoom.earth/

Today, dry, sunny with some high clouds and low 70s.

Tonight a weak sundowner wind west of the airport, not really affecting SB.

Friday, a weak wave rolls in, some light rain for SLO, fog for us.

Friday night, better northwest wind event for us, 20 to 30 miles an hour.

Saturday, relatively dry with some clouds over the mountains.

Sunday, the low-pressure system begins to move south. It does appear to be slowing some.

Rain in SLO and northern SB,  Santa Ynez in the afternoon 1/4 or less.

Rain chances then begin to spread south. It will begin on the lighter side then pick up over night. It now looks like Monday, late morning into the afternoon will be the wettest period. 

1 to 3 inches in SLO and Santa Barbara county, and 1/2 to 1 1/2 Ventura to LA.

It does look like the Sierras will get plenty of snow with this system.

This will make everyone happy from skiers to drought followers. 

The big update comes Friday as we roll into the short-term models.

We will wait and see if there are any changes.

Enjoy, we will update Friday morning.

Cheers to your morning cup of coffee.

Jack Martin


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