By Jack Martin on Feb 27, 2023 at 02:38 PM

Good Monday morning,
We are waking to more rain and snow at higher elevations.
Light rain is the story for the next 2 days as another Pacific Northwest low is going to bring us periods of rain into Wednesday. This morning we are seeing rain, look for 1/10 too .40 from the first wave.

More rain Tuesday into Wednesday. Then Thursday we get a break till Sunday. The snow level is at 4000 feet but will drop to 2500 to 3000 feet. This means more snow in the mountains and on the Grapevine. The 101 will be a mess if the grapevine continues to be closed.
All in all, we are looking at a total of 1/2 to an inch along the coast. 1 to 2 inches in the mountains. And up to 3 inches on south faces in SB and SLO.
Snow is 4 to 8 inches below 4000 feet and a few feet above 5000 feet. The winter storm advisory continues for the mountains.
Thursday through Saturday will be dry. Warming into the low 60s. Sunday it looks like another system will begin to affect SLO and Santa Barbara county.

Yesterday I took a drive to Santa Ynez to look at the fantastic views. Where I was not alone it was worth the drive. All the observation areas on the Pass were packed with cars. The incredible views were worth the 3-hour trip, and I got to have lunch with my kids and grandkids.

Enjoy the damp first half of the work week. Our crazy rainy season seems to only keep going.

Jack Martin

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