4/5/22

By Jack Martin on Apr 05, 2022 at 05:12 PM

Good Tuesday morning, 

It was a windy night for those in Montecito. The highest wind gust was 71 miles an hour, but most of the area saw gusts in the 50s. The winds will also lead to very hot temps today with highs in the mid to upper 80s in Montecito. 

Take a look you will need to blink to believe your eyes 
https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lon=-119.69055175781249&lat=34.43013349299815#.YkxCVy9lCfB

Winds will shift to the south today and rock Mark’s home and everyone’s from Ventura to Catalina Island.

They are in for 24 to 36 hours of wind. 

This will also increase the Mercury for all. Highs will go to the 80s and 90s. 

Then some valley locations will even see some low 100 reading Thursday and Friday.

Back in our neck of the woods, it will remain in the upper 80s and low 90s through Friday.

The wind event for us is pretty much over, Montecito might still see some wind, but the event has moved south.

As a classic Santa Ana event is the story. 

Saturday, we cool some still above normal.

Sunday and into early next week, onshore flow returns, and cooler temps come back.

This is thanks to a cut-off low that will draw the marine layer back and provide a slight chance for rain in SLO and north. We will see fog and cooler weather. 

The bottom line is the heatwave is on ….. hot weather for the next 4 days with record-breaking heat chances starting Wednesday through Friday 

Stay cool and enjoy the outdoors 

Jack Martin

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