By Jack Martin on Mar 03, 2022 at 06:50 PM

Good Thursday morning, 

Today is a cooler day by 10 to 15 degrees from yesterday. This is created by an approaching front that has cut off from the main low-pressure system. This will work its way towards us today, but any rain will hold off until tonight and Friday. The cut-off low is looking to take a more eastern track, so the rain total will be more like 1/4 to 1/2 inch. 

Rain will start overnight then turn to showers on Friday afternoon. With 1/4 to 1/2 inch of rain for all. Some Santa Ynez mountains will see 3/4 of an inch and snow levels at 5000 ft.

Saturday into Saturday night another system wobbles our way. This is colder and dryer.

Any precept will be in showers and likely 1/10 of an inch. The biggest change will be the temps, as snow levels drop to 3000 feet. 

Sunday it will be cold then windy, maybe a few north showers.

Next week, dry once again with a warming trend, by the end of the week temps will rebound to slightly above normal. 

The bottom line is rain holds off to overnight tonight. Then it gets chilly, with the weekend keeping us cool with showers possible at times over the hills.

Enjoy the rain, it has been too long 

Jack Martin

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