By Jack Martin on Mar 04, 2023 at 08:45 PM

Good Saturday morning,
The sunny skies of the last few days will change to cloudy, and the marine layer moving in today. https://zoom.earth/

Looking out there you can see the clouds moving in as a weak cold front will affect us for the next 2 days.

Today is interesting to start the day, because Santa Barbara is 44 degrees to start the day, and Santa Ynez is 48 degrees. That is not typical.

Highs today will only increase slightly to 54 degrees. It will be a cool day with not much sunshine.

Tonight the rain chance starts to increase, then on Sunday the same. This is not a big storm, only 1/10th to ¼ of an inch.

The snow level will drop to 3000 feet with traces of snow in the hills and the grapevine with 1 to 3 inches of snow.

Next week we are looking at better weather through Thursday. Dry and warmer each day.

Friday is still not clear, and the models still don’t agree, but models are faring dryer.

Lastly, The weather we had earlier in the week has reached the East coast and is making the national news today. Snow is everywhere back there, and that’s the big story on the news.

Now let’s have some fun.

Yesterday there was a launch of a rocket at Vandenburg, Wes got some great pictures that I had to share.

With all the rain of the season, I was wondering how this season compares to other record years. I figured we were way up there in the wettest years, but this is not a fact. This year was very wet, but nowhere near the record years, we are around the 6th wettest year recorded. here’s the data.


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