Good Morning Gentle Readers,
TWC is grateful that it's windy, chilly, and clear in the aftermath of a passing storm, which left a little snow behind in the Southern California mountains. Might be a little snowboarding going on over Thanksgiving weekend as we settle into our normal winter weather pattern.
- A few days of yucky, soupy, dripping fog, courtesy of Coastal Eddie and Onshore Flo. Hate those two, especially that Flo chick.
- The fog then gives way to cold storms sweeping down from Alaska bringing blessed rain.
- The storms clear off leaving us with cool, clear days and views to the horizon
- After which gale winds descend upon us from the Great Basin, cold at first, then warming as the friction of air moving through mountain passes heats the Santa Ana Winds, leaving us with us with balmy, shirt sleeve weather for a few days.
- The entire cycle takes two to three weeks to run its course and repeat.
That's Mt Baldy across Lake Mathews at sunrise this morning, just one of many things I'm grateful for this Thanksgiving.