9/19/23

By Jack Martin on Sep 19, 2023 at 07:34 PM

Good Tuesday morning, 

A low-pressure system is just offshore spinning west of point conception. 

This system will move East tonight and cause some sundowner winds. 30 to 40 miles an hour at Gaviota and Goleta  https://zoom.earth/

Wednesday another low-pressure system will work its way from Canada toward us and deepen the marine layer once again, creating low clouds, fog, and drizzle possible, especially Thursday. It will also be quite cool with temps only in the 70s. 

Friday we finally start to move towards normal weather for this time of year. Temps will start to rebound for the weekend as high pressure takes over. It looks like a nice weekend, but a very slight chance for some subtropical moisture from the south. 

We will wait on that for now. Temps will still be slightly below normal for the weekend.

This morning was a cool start to the day, with 59 degrees. Highs today will be in the low to mid-70s. 

Enjoy a cool Tuesday and the rest of the work week 

Jack Martin

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