11/19/23

By jack martin on Nov 20, 2023 at 06:53 PM

Good Sunday morning, 

Thank goodness we are through that storm, or lack of. The entire hype and forecast for the last 10 days was a total bust. It was a rough period for the forecasters.

Here are the results from the past 24 hours, as you can see it was 1/4 inch for the most part, except for SLO where they received .60 to almost and inch.

https://cnrfc.noaa.gov/precipMaps.php?group=sv&hour=24&synoptic=0

Today and the next few days it will all be about the wind. All you need to do is look out the window and you can see the northwest winds blowing. Winds will continue through the day then pick up this evening. 20 miles to gusts of 50 miles an hour are likely.

Later tonight, winds shift to the northeast and Montecito hill will really begin to feel it.

Monday off shore winds and a Santa Ana event ramps up into Wednesday with warm conditions. 70s and 80s are likely. Typical Santa Ana windstorm the south Monday and Tuesday. Indian summer conditions through Wednesday.

Thanksgiving is looking to be dry, and a little cooler with highs around 70 for most. The rest of the holiday weekend will be nice, with no rain in site.
 
Thankfully we are off to a dry start to the season of rain. 

Enjoy the windy Sunday, a short work week for some is right around the corner. 

Jack Martin

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