Blue Skies and even some sun this morning had me thinking this winter-in-June storm was over … then I checked the NOAA forecast discussion. Never-the-less, I intend to use the hours I have to dry out what I can.
“THE LOW WILL FINALLY BEGIN TO MOVE EAST TO THE MONTEREY/SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY COAST LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. SHOWERS SHOULD INCREASE AS THE LOW MOVES CLOSER. ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS REMAIN A POSSIBILITY THIS EVENING WITH THE GOOD SURFACE HEATING AND INCREASINGLY COLDER AIR ALOFT AS THE LOW MOVES CLOSER PROVIDING MORE INSTABILITY.”
And here is a shot of the Hidden Waterfall. It is seasonal, so it is amazing that it is flowing this strongly in June – but then, this June is having an identity crisis.
3 thoughts on “Sneaky Sunday”
Hold on, here we go again!
I’m wondering what the “good” in good surface heating means (?)
Hey, with 95 HOT, you can send some of that wet rain this way–as in Missouri!
I’m with you, seize the sun. I’m even drying an improbable wash done yesterday in the downpour. Palo friend says he got four inches of rain overnight. A neighbor/campground manager lost part of her roof yesterday in considerable drama, cracking skylights and skyisfalling. Okay now, scheduled repairs forming. Yuk. Where is summer, where did California go?