The warming trend with continue in the high country as a subtropical ridge builds into Southern CA the next few days. High temps will peak out some 15 degree above normal by Saturday (70).  Cooler, breezy weather will develop Sunday as a dry cold front sweeps through the region. A large scale Trof moves from the Gulf of AK through the Pacific NW Sunday into Monday, then digs down into the Northern Great Basin early next week. Expect about 20 degrees of cooling between Saturday and Wednesday. Nights will hard freeze again next week. This is great news for Mammoth Mt as they usually start to bring out the snow guns about that time of the year.

Another Trof, an inside slider, looks probable later next week. So cool weather will return with seasonal to a bit cooler than normal weather next week. This is a dry pattern, with no moisture Bering storms expected of any significance, through the first week of November. That is expected to change by about the 12th.


PS; make sure the little ghouls and goblins dress warmly, as it will be quite chilly and a bit breezy Wednesday evening…


Dr Howard and the Dweebs…………………………:-)