|Another of my wife's shooting. Persimmon. UCSC Farm. It is beautiful here right now folks. Simply Beautiful.|
First one is on Tuesday. Basically it is weak, lame, and will fall apart as it makes an attempt to penetrate the high pressure that has been sitting on us for most of the year. Still, very slight chance for rain on Tuesday. It will cool off the day time highs a bit, and push in a bit more cloud cover. That dimple in the high will persist through the week. Another attempt occurs on Thursday. A stronger looking storm shows up later in the weekend. At least Seattle looks like it could get a decent rain. My gut right now agrees with this morning models, with pretty much all of precipitation staying away from our region. Maybe the mountains will get a dusting of snow for a total of a few inches for the week.
Whatever. We need a bunch more moisture than that. At least we don't need to worry about the radioactivity from Fukushima as much. That stuff will mostly be carried by rain. More on that scary bit later. For now, after this week it looks like the high pressure will rebound completely and send us back into that glorious warmth of mid winter. Even looks like the good surf could return. So at least the weather is awesome, the surf is up, and we don't have radioactive rain falling on us. But we really need some water. Even if it is glowing a little bit.