Feb 14, 2022

By Jack Martin on Feb 14, 2022 at 07:04 PM

OM goodness, where do I start today. Outside of the weather, which was fantastic at the Super Bowl.

It was 86 degrees and a new record for the warmest Superbowl to date.

It was the best game to witness in person and in our seats. You would have thought we were celebrities, as they were all around us. Row 3 on the Rams side 46-yard line. We had better seats than the cameramen.

Today, there is fog in the air and a little in my head after 5 hours of sleep. https://zoom.earth/

The offshore flow has finally broken, with the onshore flow for a short period. A low-pressure system to the north is knocking down the ridge, just like the Rams defense know down Joe Barrows last night. 

Tuesday will be the coolest day of the week, with highs in the lower 60s and fog. Tuesday night the slightest chance for rain, mainly over LA and the mountains.

With the wind in SB as another front washes out. 

Wednesday through Friday the offshore flow returns but keeps us cooler in the upper 60s to low 70s. With no rain this week. 

Cooling again for the weekend, then next week we might be opening the door for some wet weather.

The models are trending wetter for the week of the 21st of February.

In the meantime, What a game,

Rams Game

and Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Thank you for the good work. Let’s pray for rain so we can see that it works!
Adrianne Davis