Atmosphere River coming up. Father Frank, we love you so much.

Daniel Swain is the man weather wise. He just posted this on twitter:
Seeing a “category 5” #AtmosphericRiver in central California in Oct would be extremely impressive, yet that’s looking increasingly possible on Sunday. With record-dry soils, impacts will be different than mid- winter event. Risks highest near wildfire burn areas.  #CAwx #CAfire


Open letter to Dear Frank Linnenbrink from Lucas Ryan. If you don’t know Frank, he is one of the kindest people you’ve ever met. Thank you Lisa, and everyone who is caring for Frank.

Frank, you are always there for us. Thank you for taking us to Church. We will always think, what would Frankie do? With so much love, thank you! We appreciate you, words cannot describe, actually, completely shattered right now.

Please, ride on! (so fast) We’ll be catching up withyou soon (no chance)

(Frank worked as a lineman for PG&E for many years. We rode motorcycles together. He actually married my wife and I, and many others. Frank is an all-life minister, and popular amongst the Big Sur community. Please send thoughts and prayers, as he is in the late stages of battling a serious illness. Frankie passed away around 11:45 pm, October 20th -Lucas Ryan)

Storm Systems

My eye is still recovering from surgery, so my eyesight is still impaired. Because of that, unless Lucas Ryan can help, I won’t be able to track these approaching storms much. Here is a start, though:

rea Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service San Francisco Bay Area
154 PM PDT Wed Oct 20 2021

.SYNOPSIS...Unseasonably cool and unsettled weather conditions
will continue through the upcoming weekend as a series of storms
impact the region. Lingering light to occasionally moderate rain
will continue through Wednesday with the the next storm system
arriving late Thursday into Friday. A final and rather potent
storm system looks to arrive late in the upcoming weekend with
gusty winds and potentially significcant rainfall