Viva La Fiesta

By Jack Martin on Aug 05, 2015 at 07:59 AM

Yes , it is fiesta time. It all starts at the mission tonight.

Looks like our weather has become a little more interesting this week.

The clouds streaming over us are from tropical storm  Guillermo. This storm is west of Hawaii and not doing anything other than give us pretty sunsets.

Also those sundowner winds. It was still 80 degrees last night until 9 PM at my house.

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Tonight will give use one more round of warm sundowner winds.

Thursday gets interesting, because a low over Monterey right now moves through the area. This could give us a 20% chance of rain.

Regardless there are more clouds in the forecast.

The weekend weather should give us some marine layer along the coastal areas.

There is even a chance of drizzle in areas on Friday.

     Ok that's it for now.

                      Viva La fiesta

          

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