8/11/23

By jack martin on Aug 11, 2023 at 04:00 PM

Wow, that was crazy yesterday. Santa Barbara area was a bullseye for the rain and wet weather. The big winner was Carpentaria where they received 1/2 inch of rain, Santa Barbara was a close 2nd with .30 inches. All the other surrounding counties saw very little rain, except for us https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/lox/scripts/getlocal.php?prod=LAXRRMSBA

Today we see and feel the change, it is foggy and cooler. Humidity is gone. 
https://zoom.earth/maps/satellite/#view=36,-117.7,5.46z/date=2023-08-11,04:00,-7

Today still a very slight chance for showers, but this is LA and mountains. Here nothing to worry about. 

The forecast for the weekend is looking non eventful with a slight warming trend. 

Coastal fog and inland slightly warmer. A nice over all weekend which will range from 70s to 90.

Next week no excitement. Inland and valleys heat up again by mid week. Coastal we stay nice with some fog then upper 70s.

Now the excitement of the weekend will be the update on our upcoming wet El Niño year. Stay Tuned 

Jack Martin

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Thank you for the good work. Let’s pray for rain so we can see that it works!
Adrianne Davis