This is what the cold looked like today. 38 degrees at 3 in the afternoon, on the California Coast!
Water pump replaced today, Propane all full up, to town tomorrow for the extra dog food, people food, candles, extra gas, and sundry other items, just in case. Never hurts to be prepared!
I don’t know about where you are, but it is 38.9 degrees and dropping on this mtn top, at 2:30 in the afternoon, fer pete’s sake! Brrrr …
This morning’s NOAA discussion, in part:
“THIS TROUGH WILL BRING MODIFIED ARCTIC AIR TO NORTHERN AND CENTRAL CALIFORNIA SUNDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY. IT WILL INITIAL MIX WITH LIMITED MOISTURE FROM THE WEST CAUSING A FEW SHOWERS OVER THE REGION BEGINNING AS EARLY AS SUNDAY EVENING. THE SHORT WAVE WILL CONTINUE THE POSSIBILITY OF SHOWERS THROUGH MONDAY AS SNOW LEVELS LOWER SIGNIFICANTLY. BY MONDAY MORNING THE SNOW LEVEL WILL LOWER TO BELOW 1000 FEET IN THE NORTH BAY…AROUND 1500 FEET IN SAN FRANCISCO AND TO AROUND 2500 FEET IN THE MONTEREY BAY AREA. HOWEVER…IF CONVECTIVE SHOWERS DEVELOP LOCALLY LOWER SNOW LEVELS