By Jack Martin on Nov 03, 2022 at 04:14 PM

Good Thursday morning,

Chilly and windy out there.  Did you feel the winds last night? It was rocking my outside TV with the wind at 40 miles an hour last night.

There is a brush fire in Goleta near Ward Dr. burning some of the eucalyptus trees fueled by the winds.

Today we will see the Northwest winds start to shift to the Northeast and bring us a cold Santa Ana wind even into the weekend

Tonight will be the coldest night with Santa Ynez falling to 32 degrees, here in SB we will see a chilly low 40s.

Highs will get into the mid to upper 60s which will keep it sweater weather through the weekend.

All eyes are now on the mid-range forecast with a weather system coming in early next week.

All 5 models are calling for rain at this point, with good results of 2 to 3 inches in the mountains and ½ to 1 ½ along the coast. The only question at this point is which day or days the system will arrive. It is looking like Sunday night to Wednesday.

This next system will tap into some tropical moisture, so results for a good rain are looking better.


We need the rain to bring it on, even if it is messing with my schedule.

 As always stay tuned here is a nice sunrise photo from Ed yesterday

Jack Martin

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Thank you for coming up to do the demo for the Career Fair at Los Prietos. All the boys were fascinated by the chance to see how sheet metal is formed, and to do some of it themselves. A hands-on demo is always the most effective in getting the boys involved. We really appreciate your arranging the demo, especially since you had already put so much energy into the talk and demo you did for the Construction Technology class. The teaching and Probation staff were all impressed by how involved the boys were in your demo.
Richard Anderson Instructor
Construction Technology Program Los Prietos Boys Camp