Friday, November 19, 2010


From NBC Los Angeles.

It's back to jackets and an umbrella
The recent rollercoaster weather has taken another turn as cold temperatures, gusty winds, and rain are expected across the Southland.
The National Weather service is calling for widespread, strong gusty winds on Saturday as a cold front works its way down the California Coast. A wind advisory will be in effect from 6am to 3pm Saturday, with gusts up to 40mph possible in some areas. 
Rain, heavy at times, is also expected throughout the weekend and into Monday. Rainfall totals are expected to range from 0.75 to 1.50 inches in the lower elevations and as much as 2.50 inches across the mountains. In addition, there will be the threat of thunderstorms as the front moves across the area, the Weather Service said.
I've said before that these Pacific winter storms have a wonderful energy to them that is often refreshing. When it rains in New England its often quite boring compared to the what these storms bring. I plan on enjoying the weekend with a good book while listening to the rain hit the roof.

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