By jack martin on Dec 19, 2023 at 04:26 PM

Good Tuesday morning,

We are looking at steady light rain this morning https://radar.weather.gov/station/KVBX/standard

As you can see on zoom earth satellite, storm #2 is in the picture now https://zoom.earth/

Don’t be confused with yesterday’s storm that went to the north and east, this one slide into place and is now rolling down the coast.

Today we should see light rain and accumulations of ½ to 1 inch of rain. Rain rates will be light at 1/10 to ¼ per hour.

There will be some breaks, but more steady light rain is likely today.

Tonight and through Thursday the second storm stalls over point conception and pumps in sub-tropical moisture

Yes, as advertised this one will be a doozie. 2 to 4 inches for all, but south facing Santa Barbara mountain 4 to 7 inches.

Rain will be heavy for 24 to 36 hours Wednesday into mid Thursday. South flow and subtropical moisture make a classic winter storm in California

Expect some flooding in areas especially as the rains ramp up Wednesday

Friday it looks like it will move east with a few showers possible and by Saturday it all clears out.

It does look like we have high pressure building in through Tuesday and dry weather for Christmas.

Enjoy the rain, it will get wild within the next 24 hours.  

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