By jack martin on Aug 14, 2023 at 04:10 PM

Good Monday morning, 

It is straight up mid august, with typical hot monsoonal moisture out there. 

If you look over the Bay Area you can see the monsoonal moisture moving east to west. 

We don’t typically see this, but it looks like areas in Nor Cal will see some rain. 

For us, nothing from this, only warmer weather this week through Wednesday 

Look down into the Mexican waters. The tropical action is getting interesting, as a series of disturbances will be setting up for tropical storms over the next 10 day. Where these will drift is really not clear at this point, but if you are in the southwest monsoonal rains this time of year is reality. 

It is interesting, because there has not been much Action on the East coast and Caribbean to date. I am sure this will happen in the next month or so. 

Coming back west, this week will be non eventful for southern California coastal areas. Interiors will be hot, but coastal areas will stay in the upper 70s to low 80s. Valleys 90s and interior 100 +. 

As we approach the weekend the models are not in agreement. They can not decide if some monsoonal moisture could affect LA or Ventura, but that to far out to care. 

We will watch it for now, and have more to say the second half of the week.

In the mean time enjoy the mid summer weather. We are the lucky ones on the coast with the Pacific Ocean keeping temps manageable. A/C is not needed along the coast, nice lower 60s at night and 80 by day. A fan and an open door is your friend over night.

Have a great week and more to come, 

Jack Martin

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Thank you for your great job on the gutter. Now, if it would only rain!
Ray Woolridge