Wednesday, December 9, 2015

48 Hours.

It will be warm tonight, with temps staying in the 50s in town.  Current forecast is for rain to push south along the coast, arriving in Santa Cruz sometime between sunrise and noon, with the heaviest rain in the afternoon and until dark.  Lighter amounts overnight.   The day will be blustery, with strong southwest winds and temps only warming into the very low 60s.  Cozy up. Maybe a half inch of rain, but favored to the south facing mountain slopes.  Clouds overnight, but not much rain, with a low in the mid 40s, thanks to the cold front that moves through during the day.    Another wave is lined up for Friday morning, bringing another half inch through the day.  And while things do dissipate after noon, there could still be some showers into the evening.  Cooler, but not as windy.  Highs in the upper 50s.  So, that is about the next 48 hours.

Plenty more snow coming for this location on the Sierra Ridge.  Up to six feet some are saying.

I'll briefly speak of the weekend and storm to come.  Saturday is looking like a nice day, without a good chance of rain.  Another, colder system is still slated for late Sunday.  Have you replaced your wind shied wipers yet this season?  Might be worth the investment.

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