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  • The Source - March 30, 2015
    Unseasonably warm temperatures (mid 90s) in the desert regions early this week will cool to seasonal norms (mid 80s) by the weekend. In Central California you can expect gradual cooling through the week as a dry cold front moves through the region on Tuesday. Temperatures cool to near average (60s to low 70s) mid-week with strong winds (20-30mph) expected throughout Central California as this system moves through.
  • Amenity List - March 27, 2015
  • The Source - March 25, 2015
    A strong high pressure ridge continues out west bringing a warming trend with temperatures well above normal by weekend. Warm temperatures (80s to low 90s) along with gusty winds (20-35mph) are forecast throughout the Southwest this week as weak low pressure systems pass well to the north. Slight chance for showers in the desert regions early next week as a cut-off low develops off the Baja Coast over the weekend.
  • The Source - March 23, 2015
    The tail end of a low pressure system brushes the Salinas Valley with light showers today with the bulk of the energy impacting regions to the north. A strong high pressure ridge returns out west following this system bringing a warming trend with temperatures well above normal by weekend. Warm temperatures (80s to low 90s) along with gusty winds (20-35mph) are forecast throughout the Southwest this week as weak low pressure systems pass well to the north.
  • The Source - March 18, 2015
    Warm temperatures (upper 80s) continue in the desert regions as cut-off low pressure system moves over the area mid week bringing a slight chance of showers. High pressure out west keeps the Central Coast in the 70s into the weekend.
  • The Outlook - March 18, 2015
    A moderate Pacific storm system is set to roll into Northern California late this weekend with rains, strong winds and cool temperatures. The brunt of this system will remain to the North of the Salinas Valley and will not bring much needed rain to the valley. As crops throughout the west begin the transition to spring acreage the warm temperatures look to continue as high pressure remains in control. This has been the pattern for most of the winter season. Numerous record highs have been set throughout California recently as temperatures remain well above seasonal norms. These temperatures continue to push crops ahead of schedule throughout the state.
  • The Source - March 9, 2015
    A strong high pressure ridge remains over California keeping Southern California and the desert regions well above normal through the week. Strong winds will accompany the warm temperatures (20-35mph) over the next few days in the desert locals.
  • The Outlook - March 4, 2015
    The exiting storm system in the southwest brought up to an inch of rain to the Desert growing regions with up to 3 inches reported in Southern California and lighter amounts to the north over the past few days. A strong high pressure ridge moving in today over California will bring gradual warming with above normal temperatures once again expected by Friday into next week. This will create humid growing conditions increasing mold and mildew growth throughout California and the Southwest.
  • The Source - March 2, 2015
    The second in a series of low pressures systems will move through the Southwestern growing regions with widespread precipitation today from Central California to Northern Mexico. These systems have brought much needed rain and even some snow to the upper elevations throughout California.
  • The Outlook - March 2, 2015
    Rain continues today in California, the Southwestern growing regions and Northern Mexico. These systems have brought some much needed snow to the upper elevations in California. Every bit helps but this will not impact the drought to any degree. Snow pack remains at under 15% of normal. Growers in the southern San Joaquin Valley are facing an unprecedented second straight year of zero water allocations from the Central Valley Project.