By jack martin on Aug 14, 2023 at 04:08 PM

Good Sunday morning, 

I hope everyone is having a great weekend. 

I thought I would start off the forecast with ocean temps. As typical as we get into the next few months ocean temps are on the rise in SB. It looks like we will see 67 degrees locally this week, with one stating 69 degrees. 

To our south, lots of tropical action with plenty of disturbances moving to the west toward Hawaii. https://zoom.earth/maps/satellite/  
These really are not affecting our weather. 

This all segways into our upcoming El Niño season. As we get into fall the El Niño for this coming season strengthens and the odds of a very wet winter increases. With our lakes and reservoirs remaining almost full, it will not take much this year to put them over the top. 
We still have 2 1/2 months before we typically see out first rain event, around Halloween. El Niño really starts to affect us in January and February, still 5 months away. 

El Niño typically spells a very wet winter, so get prepared. Here is more casual reading for your Sunday 

For the upcoming week, not much excitement in the forecast. Cooler fog along the coast. Fog this morning is at 900 feet.

Temps will be mid 70s coastal to mid to upper 80s in the valleys.
As the work week arrives so does warmer temps especially in the valleys where the Mercury will climb into the upper 90s. Coastal a nice 80. 
Lastly, since it is Sunday. Look to the skies tonight as meteor showers are most prevalent in the skies. 

Have a great Sunday 
Jack Martin

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