12/17/23

By jack martin on Dec 18, 2023 at 05:16 PM

Happy Sunday. Changes are in the air. As you look out side you see some mid level clouds starting to cover the skies. This will really do nothing other then give us a cloudy day. 

Offshore winds will still keep us warm today with above normal temps with highs in the 70s. This afternoon winds shift onshore and rain on the central coast will start up. Don’t expect any rain for us until tonight. Rain totals will be light through the first system with approximately 1/3 of an inch or less through Monday. 

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Tuesday still looks to be wet and the next system starts to move in, but rain will not be to intense. 

The Wednesday through Friday period is when the real action arrives. We are expecting a weak atmospheric river with the cut-off low pumping subtropical moisture over us. Exact time is still not clear, but it will be a wet period at times 1.5 to 4 inches is likely out of the second system. It looks like we should be on the backside of the rain by Saturday.  Bottom line it is going to be a wet week, enjoy the last dry warm day. After today highs will be in the 60s at best. 

Jack Martin

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