By Jack Martin on May 05, 2023 at 04:57 PM
Good Friday morning,
Surprise to some, but not to me as SB saw 1/4 an inch of rain around 3am. 
As mentioned yesterday, we had another 1/4 coming and low and behold, there it is. 
This increased Santa Barbara rain total to 1.08 inch for this rare May storm. 
The low pressure system is now pushing East and will mess with the rest of the country. The rain early this morning was wrap around moisture as the main low is south and East of our area. Today we will see more sunshine slightly warmer by 3 to 6 degrees, but 60s at best and 10 to 15 degrees below normal. 
Saturday another weak system, that will do nothing more then bring high clouds and cool temps remain in the 60s. 
Saturday afternoon and night some north winds will blow mildly keeping fog out of SB for Sunday, but allowing it to form in other coastal location. 
Sunday a nice over all day, some valleys might hit 70 ðŸ‘ but nothing any warmer.
Next week, if you are looking for a warm up, it will not happen. No rain next week, but 70s should return. A system rolls into the Pacific Northwest keeping us cool though mid week. 
Thursday into the weekend the forecast is not 100%, but it does look like a ridge will build in and we will warm up to at least normal 70s- 80s. 
This year and season today has been very interesting, but I think we can finally put an end to the turbulent weather and start to enjoy the weather we live in California for. 
Don’t put that sweatshirt away yet, but you can hang up the rain gear for the season. 
Enjoy the weekend,
Jack Martin

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