By 2/7/23 on Feb 07, 2023 at 04:20 PM

Good Tuesday Morning,

High pressure is creating a dome around us today, there is a weather system to the north, but not below SF https://zoom.earth/

It is mighty chilly out there to start your day. Waking up in the Santa Ynez valley it is a cold 32 degrees and in Santa Barbara a chilly 42 degrees.

The good news is we are starting a nice warm-up for the next 3 days, today is only slightly warmer but for each day to follow 70s is in our forecast.

Today we will see highs a few degrees warmer with the mid-60s and tonight slightly warmer with the mid-40s.

Wednesday Northeast winds and warming temps for all. Everyone will start to see low 70s and sunny skies. This is the start of the first heatwave of 2023.

Thursday is the warmest day of the week with the mid to upper 70s for all. Enjoy the outdoors at lunch or all day if you’re lucky enough.

Friday is still a great day with slightly cooler temps. Highs are still around 70.

Saturday a low-pressure system approaches, it is still not 100% clear what this will do, at this point, it looks to be dry, but much cooler.

We will have to see where this tracks to over the next few days, there still could be some showers Saturday.

Superbowl Sunday is cooler but slightly warming into the mid-60s and dry. A sweatshirt might be in order for outdoor parties.

Next week it still looks to be dry but cooler through midweek, with no rain in site at this point.

At lake Cachuma, the water level is almost 100% at 99.8%, just about ready to top, it is likely a release is in the future.

Enjoy the great warm weather for the next 4 days, especially Thursday.

Jack Martin

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