6/5/23

By Jack Martin on Jun 05, 2023 at 05:58 PM
Good very wet morning, 
There’s actually drizzle and light rain in the hills along the coast and leave it off low pressure system. That’s going to give us a chance of rain in June. Just take a look at this little blob, spinning off the coast right around point conception. https://zoom.earth/
This has already messed up our morning because it is pea soup out there wet everywhere. And as the day progresses, we even have a better chance of some rain later in the afternoon, especially along the mountains of Santa Barbara and Ventura about 30%. https://radar.weather.gov/station/KVTX/standard
As the low pressure system spins through Santa Barbara. 
Today will be damp, chilly, and this afternoon some afternoon showers over the hills.
On Tuesday the chances of rain shifts more to the north in SLO and Santa Ynez have a greater chance for some afternoon showers.
Wednesday the spinning low pressure system begins to move out of the area, but it really doesn’t improve our weather much the chances for precept go down, but expect low clouds and fog to remain along with cooler temperatures all week long.
Wednesday through Friday cool and foggy. 
As we get into the weekend, there’s another low pressure system that does appear to remain to the north, so it really shouldn’t affect us that much but it will still keep us cool.
Anyway, you look at our funky weather pattern just seems to keep continuing into the second half of the year now. 
Be careful out there. It’s quite damp this morning.
Jack artin

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