Monday, October 5, 2015

Steering dry.

Well, that rain never materialized.  It did a bit south of here.  Nothing exciting, other than the fact that it early October in a drought year.  On the other hand, this little system did usher in some cold air.  It was crisp on Sunday morning, and in fact, remained quite cool through mid day.  A calm, and clear afternoon allowed for some serious warming as well.  What a wonderful day.  This week looks like more of the same.  A few morning clouds today with clearing through morning.  A southerly wind flow will keep it from clearing too much.  Temps in the low 70s.  Clouds redevelop this evening.  Winds shift more out of the west on Tuesday, and we will see a bit more clearing.

Bell Tower.

By Wednesday, we begin to se a dryer air mass set up, and the nights should clear out.  Winds will shift more out of the NW, although the mornings could see off shore winds.  Day time temps warm into the mid to upper 70s for late in the work week and into the weekend.  It looks like a very nice autumn week ahead.  Lucky us.  In the meantime, the north Pacific is starting to wake up from a very long slumber.  Forecasts have a broad low pressure developing in the Gulf of Alaska by late this week with a well energized Jet Stream.  Looks like fall might finally be ready to turn on.  

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