Posted 12:02 PM 5/21/2013 by Dave Hovde
An upper low is moving into the Pacific NW tonight through Wednesday and the surface pressure gradients tighten dramatically.
Evening winds Tuesday could gust to 30 in the evening before diminishing overnight, but those winds will be back Wednesday at 20-30 with gusts to 40mph in the (More)
Posted 12:44 PM 5/20/2013 by Dave Hovde
A limited marine layer meant a warm Monday but the marine layer will develop along the coastline tonight and move inland by Tuesday.
It is because low pressure will be moving through he West.
Winds will pick up Tuesday afternoon through Thursday drawing cooler air further (More)
Posted 6:47 PM 5/19/2013 by Victoria Johnson
Warm temperatures will continue through Monday as a ridge of high pressure builds and a weak offshore flow develops. Gusty north winds are expected through Monday morning in the mountain regions. A low pressure system to the north will increase the onshore flow on Tuesday. This will continue (More)
Posted 6:43 PM 5/18/2013 by Victoria Johnson
The National Weather Service issued a wind advisory for Santa Barbara County until three Sunday morning. North to northwest winds between 20-30 miles per hour will develop through and below passes and canyons. Exercise caution while driving along the 101 and 154 highway and through the 5 corridor.
Posted 1:05 PM 5/17/2013 by Dave Hovde
High pressure is building in but not looking like the impressive ridge models advertised earlier this week.
That'll still mean fewer clouds and warmer temperatures but no 100 degree heat inland (90s still likely Sunday). Beaches in the 60s to about 70 over the weekend while coastal valleys warm from the low to mid 70s into the upper 70s Sunday. Monday looks like a copy of Sunday but Tuesday through Thursday onshore flow comes back and temps dip once again.
Posted 11:58 AM 5/16/2013 by Dave Hovde
The clouds which streamed in Thursday will have an impact Friday, even though the clouds will shift south and east the cool air behind the disturbance will hang around for highs in the 60s and 70s with a strong NW wind (to 25mph). Some areas of drizzle are possible with coastal clouds early (More)
Posted 11:13 AM 5/15/2013 by Dave Hovde
Another low pressure trough will pass thru the West Thursday into Friday to keep winds cranking and temperatures on the cool side until the weekend.
The onshore flow will mean an increase of the night to morning low clouds, fog and with possible drizzle or sprinkles on Friday.
Posted 12:04 PM 5/14/2013 by Dave Hovde
The cooling trend is beginning and with breezy conditions expected only some slow change is in the forecast at the end of the week.
Good onshore flow will bring low clouds to all coastal and valley locations tonight. There will be Sundowner wind potential on the Southcoast this (More)
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