Gusty north west winds have filled in behind this morning's storm. I can see the nearby palms leaning hard to the east. We collected nearly a third of an inch this morning. Added to the four tenths we received on Friday, we totaled nearly three quarters of an inch of rain. A little more than forecast. All in all, this system, played out as expected. Although breezy and cool (it is currently 57F at 3PM), it is a pleasant day out. Tomorrow looks like more of the same. The big news is that these winds are ushering in our first solid high pressure system since early December. We are looking at possible a ten day dry spell. That typically means slowly warming days.
Tomorrow looks much like today. Strong winds and cool temps. Lows begin the week in the low 40s with the highs in the upper 50s. By the end of the work week, daytime highs will be pushing into the low, or even mid 60s. Early morning lows will remain in the 40s. The sky will be mostly clear. Winds moderate by Wednesday. Outlook if for the next chance of storms around 11th.