Kind of falling down on the job
here at 23B
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First the weather
...MOVING INLAND THROUGH SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LATE THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY. COASTAL STRATUS SHOULD RETURN FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY MORNING IN ADVANCE OF THIS LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM. WHILE THE HEAVIER PRECIPITATION MAY REMAIN JUST OFF THE COAST... PRECIPITATION SHOULD GRADUALLY SPREAD INTO THE COASTAL WATERS INLAND TO THE MOUNTAINS LATE THURSDAY THROUGH THURSDAY EVENING. SHOWERS SHOULD DECREASE FRIDAY MORNING AND END FRIDAY AFTERNOON OR EVENING. GENERAL AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED TO RANGE FROM ONE QUARTER TO ONE HALF INCH INCH NEAR THE COAST TO ONE HALF TO ONE INCH IN THE MOUNTAINS WITH AMOUNTS GREATER TO THE NORTHWEST AND OVER THE COASTAL WATERS AND LESS TO THE SOUTHEAST. SNOW LEVELS WILL LOWER TO AROUND 6000 FEET WITH A FEW INCHES OF SNOWFALL ABOVE 6000 TO 6500 FEET WITH 4 TO 8 INCHES ON THE HIGHEST PEAKS...MAINLY ABOVE 7000 FEET.
and next week there's another storm
rain in the Fall in SoCal
As least the rain and wind won't be messing up any swell...
Those words don't normally go together in a sentence
At least in a description of the weather
but as the current low pressure system moves East
the back side should get us
some off shore flow
and some rain
and snow in the higher elevations
Since I surf
in the vicinity of the local river mouth
(River Mouth is what they call the places in SoCal where treated and untreated sewage is unceremoniously dumped into the ocean "No Dumping Drains to Ocean", yes but it is the official plan to deal with storm run off...)