By jack martin on Sep 27, 2023 at 05:08 PM

Good Wednesday morning,

Another week and month is flying by. September leaves this week and October arrives on Sunday.

Today will be the last warm day, before we go back to below normal temps. Today will be the warmest day in the next 7 days.

Tonight more sundowner winds as pressure gradience changes.

Thursday on shore flow returns and so does cooler temps, 3 to 5 degrees cooler.

Friday, I like what the national weather services says “ riday will be like Thursday, but super charged “ This means deeper marine layer and cooler.

Friday night and Saturday a cut off low forms and will drop through the area. This will bring a very slight chance for rain, more like light rain and drizzle.

Looks like 1/10 of an inch is possible, there is not much moisture to support this system and at the most ¼ of an inch.  It is really more of a drizzle or light rain, pretty much like all of September has been.

Our weather is more like a late November than September.

Next week we start October, it will start out cooler with typical fog and low clouds in the mornings. As the week progresses the forecast is not clear. We could see some Santa Ana winds and a warmup, but models are not confident on this, so we will wait and see.

In the meantime today is the last day of warm, and sundowner winds in our area is more likely.

Thursday through Sunday a series of low-pressure systems will keep us cool and possibly damp.

Jack Martin

Loading Loading...


Thank you and your team for a job well done. We appreciate the integrity of you and the team.
Jone & Bernie Fried