11/10/2021

By Jack Martin on Nov 10, 2021 at 06:50 PM

Good Wednesday morning, 

Rain yesterday was so quick that if you blinked, you missed it.

The system was truly the tail end as rain lasted around 10 minutes with barely a trace.

Here are the rain totals for SB county:

https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/lox/scripts/getlocal.php?prod=LAXRRMSBA

SLO was a little better with .10 to .50 inch.

Clear skies over Santa Barbara this morning, but further south, low clouds still exist.

Since off shore winds have not kicked in yet. Where fog does exist, it will clear quickly.

Today, expect a warming trend with highs in the upper 70s.

https://zoom.earth/#view=33.2,-114.4,5.75z/date=2021-11-10,05:30,-8

Today through Saturday, Santa Ana conditions will kick in. The days will be warm to hot.

Thursday and Friday will be the hottest days, highs in the upper 80s to low 90s for all valleys and coastal areas. 

Saturday will still be quite warm, but not as hot as Friday.

Sunday into next week, some cooling but no rain in sitght, only some fog. 

More bad news, the extended forecast is looking dry for the next 2 weeks with no rain in the extended models. 

Enjoy the summer weather, we take what Mother Nature gives us. 

Summer weather is way better than wind, snow and cold.

Call your friends on the East coast or mid west and ask them how they are, then drop the 90s bomb 🤯 on them.

They will be on a plane filling your extra bedroom.

Enjoy!

Jack Martin

President/CEO

Action Roofing

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