By Jack Martin on Jun 14, 2023 at 04:30 PM

Good Wednesday morning,
Take a look, last night around 8 o’clock sun came out and made a great sunset. But our June gloom continues.
Today a low pressure system north to south will pass through later in the day, which really will have no effect on us, other than our typical June gloom. https://zoom.earth/maps/satellite/#view=33.2,-108.3,4z/date=2023-06-14,01:10,-7
Clearing will start to occur in the valleys around noon and then along the coast later in the afternoon. 
The Low pressure system goes through tonight and it can create some showers over LA mountains. Nothing here.
Thursday will be cooler.
Moving into the weekend some warming through Saturday, highs in the lower 70s along the coast and uppers-70s in the valleys. We will see better sunshine though Saturday.
Next week another low pressure system rolls through and basically gives us more fog and cooler temperatures. No relief from the cooler weather of fog at this point, but we’ll see what the second half of the week brings us.
The only good news to this forecast is you’re saving money from heating and AC. 
God is helping with this through our natural A/C from the ocean temps. 
Have a great day.
Jack Martin

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