Clear and mild weather persists this weekend as high pressure continues to hover over Southern California. There is a large and weakening storm system in the Pacific. You can spot it in the upper left of the satellite loop below. This system will bring a slight chance for some showers on Friday, though the bulk of the rain will miss us to the north.
Afterwards, almost every long range computer forecast keeps most of California dry and warm (you can spot the red bubble on the second map below). The computers have been consistent with this scenario, so my confidence is high in the forecast. It's plausible that we won't see rain through the second week of February...maybe longer. As always, a renegade system could sneak in underneath this ridge. I'll continue to monitor the data and keep you posted.
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