A Northwest flow aloft was just what the Dr ordered today, as the upper Trof that brought wind and cooling to the region mid-week, lifts out to the NE today. Its back side and NW flow aloft kept smoke confined to the west side of the Sierra this morning. Winds maybe gusty on the west side from the NE as high pressure builds in, and an off shore flow develops later today into Saturday. Tomorrows breezes will gradually be lighter,  but some what positive for keeping the smoke mostly out of the Mono County area. Sunday?? I am not too sure by the afternoon.

The next trough approaches Monday, the upper flow will once again come out of the WSW. Wind’s will be gusty from the Southwest Tuesday through Thursday next week.  For the most updated Fire Info go to: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5850/ 


Our cool down of yesterday will end and another warm up is in store for the high country beginning today and continuing through Monday.

At this time…No Monsoon is in sight for the next week…Save…Although there may be a few isolated thunderstorms Sun through Monday, but that is not a Monsoon related pattern.


Dr Howard and the Dweebs…………………..:-)