3/3/23

By Jack Martin on Mar 03, 2023 at 04:17 PM

Good Friday morning,

Another Friday after another wet week. It has just been incredible how many wet weeks we have had this year.

I can not remember any year since I moved here in 1982 with more rain, even the 1998 El Nino year.

Finally, the drought control folks have realized that we are not out of the drought in California.
https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/losangeles/news/california-drought-update-winter-storm-lifts-regions-out-of-drought/

The good news is we will see a few days of dry weather, through Saturday.

Saturday night into Sunday we will see a chance of rain, they are at 40% for us now, but it will be ¼ of an inch or less.

This will be a very cold storm again with snow levels around 3000 feet. https://zoom.earth/

Sunday it will be cloudy and cool.

Monday through Wednesday will be dry, with offshore winds and some warming. The warming that occurs will still be below normal temps in the low 60s.

Thursday the Jury is still out on the change in the weather. The models are not in agreement, one is wet and the other is not sure.

We will watch how it goes into next week.

At this point, it looks like Saturday night we can see a little rain-snow at 3000 feet, ¼ inch or less. Next week dry until Thursday then a big question Mark.

Stay tuned and enjoy a few days of good weather.

Jack Martin

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