WEATHER UPDATE: DRY START TO AUGUST

July was very warm, August is off to a very dry start with temperatures again way above average until a front passes cooling things off across the weekend but there won’t be any rain just cooler drier air making for sparkling blue skies over head.

Surf will be cranking over the next couple of days with a new, chunky swell set to roll in thanks to the low offshore morning winds.

It has been a terrible ski season. A little snow is on the way with the latest approaching front but most of the snow will be falling on grass and mud.

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