By Jack Martin on Feb 16, 2022 at 07:58 PM

Good Wednesday morning, 

The excitement of Tuesday is behind us, all the wind and the brief downpour resulted in .005 of rain. The 20% chance turned into 100% where rain did occur for a short period, but other locations had no rain, because of the showery nature of the system. We even saw some brief hail. Pasadena saw the most hail with around 1/2 inch making the streets white for a brief time. 

The wild Tuesday is behind us, and we will fall back into untypical February weather.

Another Santa Ana wind event will start up tonight through Thursday, with winds blowing from Ventura to Santa Monica. The colder air will keep the air cooler than recent Santa Ana’s, allowing the mercury to climb into the low 70s through Saturday morning. No wind for Santa Barbara just warming each day into Saturday.

Sunday, we transition into cooler weather, then next week an even colder system will move down from the North. This system will likely do the same as yesterday's front. Rain or snow chances are still not clear. If it takes an eastern or inside track, we will see less moisture. If it tracks more over the ocean, we will see more rain. We will watch this as we move into the weekend.

In the meantime enjoy the warmer weather, in LA if you're going to the Rams Parade it will be cooler with winds coming up in the afternoon.

Have a great day!

Jack Martin

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Thank you for your great job on the gutter. Now, if it would only rain!
Ray Woolridge