Tuesday, September 11, 2012


That is the best way to describe today.  Sure, Monday was no Sunday (which was fricking awesome), but today was cold.  Dense fog has filled in from the southwest flow, and new, cooler air has moved into the region.  Good news is that while the air will remain chilly, the sun looks likely for at least the next two days.  Lets say Wednesday will be sunny and in the mid 60s.  We may even see the sun rise.  thursday will be similar, but just a touch warmer.  And while foggy mornings return to close out the week, things will warm up into the 70s.  Maybe.

Just another view of the wharf and boardwalk with Mt. Madonna standing tall.  Santa Cruz.

Long range looks good, as the models are pretty consistent with fall like weather returning for next week.  We even are seeing a series of decent sized storms trailing just south of the Aleutians.  Cross your fingers for sun, offshore and swell later next week.  Regardless, the weather is starting to make its turn for sure.  Summer is coming to a close, and the fine weather of fall should soon be upon us.  October is already booked with visitors.  November is filling up.  It just took a over 15 years for the New Englanders to figure out how great our autumn is around here.  Bring it on.

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