Sunday, March 17, 2013

Storm is a coming. But the next weekend looks even better than the last.

Happy St. Patty's Day.  Let me know if you are in need of any more boiled cabbage.  Anyway, we have an interesting week lined up for us.  Monday is a continuation of this past weekend, with mostly sunshine, with a few passing high clouds and mid 60s on the coast.  Duck out of the mid day north west wind, and stay in view of that sun, and it will feel pretty toasty out there.  Need to get a little yard work done this week?  Take care of it tomorrow, as rain is on the way.  Not a whole bunch, but rain none the less.  This storm is looking to come in warm, so no need to worry about a freeze.  Tuesday we should still be mostly dry.  Clouds fill in, and we could see showers in the afternoon or evening.  The bulk of this system to arrive Tuesday night.

Evenings at the beach are just plain old good fun.  4 Mile Beach, Santa Cruz.

Like I said, this storm is warm, so we are still looking at highs in the 60s.  Wednesday will be the coldest and wettest day of the week.  Morning commute should be quite a show, as with this winter being so dry, most of ya'll have probably forgotten how to act when the roads are wet.  Drive safe.  In the Sierra, a good foot could fall up on the peaks.  Maybe a bit more with some luck, but as of today, the storm track is a bit too far north to really deliver a wallop.  Rains begin to back off during the day Wednesday, clearing from the coast to the mountains, or west to east.  Maybe some showers in the evening, and clouds overnight.  We could wake to sunshine on Thursday.  And if that happens, temps will rebound into the high 60s.  The real nice weather will wait for the weekend as 70s return to the coast line.  Sunday could be down right balmy.  More stuff on the charts for late the following weekend, but that is really too far out to guess at right now.  And stay tuned.  I'll try to post tomorrow and nail down the timing and intensity of this thing.

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