From ABC: We are watching Monday closely as another atmospheric river wants to take aim at California. This AR will not be as strong as our last AR and the exact point of landfall is still up in the air. We will fine tune the details in the coming days.”
I asked Daniel Swain (Weather West) about this and he wrote: ”It’s possible, though not as much of a “slam dunk” as the last one (and would be much weaker in relative terms–much more squarely in the “beneficial” column, in any case).”
SOLVANG, Calif.— Los Padres National Forest officials today announced that Deputy Forest Supervisor Chris Stubbs will serve as interim forest supervisor until a permanent replacement is selected for Kevin Elliott, who retired Oct. 30 following a 43-year career with the Agency.
Stubbs was offered and accepted the position of Los Padres Deputy Forest Supervisor in October 2019.
A native of Virginia, Stubbs holds a B.A. in Government and Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia and a Master of Science in Forestry with a concentration in outdoor recreation planning from Virginia Tech. He began his federal land management career in 1992 with the Bureau of Land Management and later worked for the National Park Service prior to his arrival on the Forest.
“I am thrilled to serve in this interim role and work alongside the dedicated Los Padres employees who work each day on behalf of the American people,” Stubbs said.
Chris and his wife live in Santa Barbara and can often be found hiking and camping in the Forest during their spare time.
A new permanent forest supervisor will likely be announced early next year.