A rather large Eastern Pacific Ridge is progressing into California at the moment. The winds have subsided and Eastern California will have a perfect weekend weather wise. Highs in the 50s the next few days in town….

As we begin the new week, upper elevation winds will be on the increase as the next NW Slider approaches California. The models have really backed off on the QPF for this system and so the Dweebs do not expect much more then snow showers Tuesday into early Wednesday AM. What we are looking at is mainly wind and cooling.


The rest of the week beyond Wednesday looks fair and warmer with the next batch of unsettled weather arriving after next Saturday…..


Have an excellent weekend……back to the weather charts next Monday….


The Dweeber………………………….:-)

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