Jack's Weather Report

09/17/2020

By Jack Martin on Sep 17, 2020 at 07:35 PM

Good Thursday Morning,

Yes, I got up way too early this morning . “ If bars were open, I got up before last call “ I am going to need a nap today.

Today I have good news with the smoke. Karina is arriving and pushing all the smoke to the East.

There is also another system moving into the Pacific northwest that will douse the fires there.

09/16/2020

By Jack Martin on Sep 16, 2020 at 02:52 PM

Good Wednesday morning, 

One more day of smoke, then I have some good news for us.

It looks like Thursday we will see south flow from former tropical storm Karin which will push smoke away from us.

giving us smoke free skies for the first time in 2 weeks.

09/14/2020

By Jack Martin on Sep 14, 2020 at 02:38 PM

Good Monday morning,

We are starting out the weather report this morning, with Portland Oregon Forecast.

There is rain in their forecast and we want their fires out.

https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?x=186&y=211&site=pqr&zmx=&zmy=&map_x=186&map_y=211#.X19nfC0iefC

For us we are looking at typical weather with smoke. Air quality is moderate here, so not bad. It just looks ugly.

09/11/2020

By Jack Martin on Sep 11, 2020 at 02:58 PM

Good Friday morning,

The weather is all about the fires these days. It is pretty crazy to look at these satellite pictures to see all the fires burning on Nor Cal and Oregon.

https://www.livescience.com/west-coast-wildfires-seen-from-space.html

This one shows how the smoke is blanketing all of the west coast.

https://www.oregonlive.com/clackamascounty/2020/09/satellite-view-shows-massive-amounts-of-smoke-from-west-coast-fires.html

Stepping a side from the fires. There is dense fog along the coast this morning. It is like pea soup out there this morning.

09/10/2020

By Jack Martin on Sep 10, 2020 at 02:20 PM

Good foggy Thursday morning,

Yes, Fog +Smoke = 🤢 Yuck 

This is what a sunny day is like in Hell. It makes me happy that I will never have to go there.

Fires continue to burn north and south of us, creating ugly weather. 

Did you see San Francisco yesterday.... that was really bad. We have it good compared to all of the folks to the north.

09/09/2020

By Jack Martin on Sep 09, 2020 at 09:11 PM

Good Wednesday morning,

It sure was a nice change yesterday to see the fog and some light drizzle Tuesday.

What a change from the record heat to fog and drizzle.  If you thought that was odd, take a look at the contrast in Denver where they saw 90 degrees Monday and 5 inches of snow yesterday.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/08/us/denver-snow-weather.html

For us, we are now starting the next wave of weather. A Santa Ana wind event will start up today from Ventura to LA.

09/08/2020

By Jack Martin on Sep 08, 2020 at 03:21 PM

Good Tuesday morning,

We survived the Heat blast. Monday afternoon, the onshore flow returned and started to blanket the beaches with fog around 4 pm.

It is interesting that days are getting shorter with darkness still out there at 6:18 this morning. Once the sun rises, you will see Fog. A coastal Eddie has also brought fog from Gaviota to LA. It is 2,000 feet thick and will keep the coast fogged in most of the day.

09/07/2020

By Jack Martin on Sep 08, 2020 at 02:51 PM

Wow,

What a day we had Sunday. Just incredibly Hot with records broken everywhere.

My house just off Las Positas hit a high of 103 degrees, but that’s not the strangest part.

We went to Hendry’s beach for dinner at the Boathouse. The sunset was great. It cooled off to a nice 70 there, but when I got home at 9 pm, 1 mile away it was 96 degrees due to the sundowner winds. The craziest spot was Gaviota that got to 120 degrees at 9pm.

09/04/2020

By Jamie Graham on Sep 04, 2020 at 02:29 PM

Good Friday morning,

It is still pleasant outside with cool temps this morning. Enjoy them while they last, because it all changes Saturday night. Where lows overnight are expected to be 75.

Santa Barbara will be the cool spot this weekend at 95 degrees. https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lon=-119.6967315673828&lat=34.43013349299815#.X1Ithi0iefB

The heatwave starts today in all the valley areas. We are expecting triple digits in most locations for highs of the day.

09/03/2020

By Jack Martin on Sep 03, 2020 at 04:26 PM

Good Thursday morning,

We are in the second half of the week and the heat will be building each day.

Today will be the last reasonably warm day before the mercury rockets.

The official heat wave begins in the mountains, deserts and valleys Friday, then coastal Saturday.

https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lon=-119.68505859374997&lat=34.42616890436072#.X1DwIS0iefB

Today, we will have a nice fog free day in SB with fog 1000 feet thick in other locations.