A rather late Alaskan storm is working it's way inland but still hasn't let go of the California Coast, and baby it's cold outside! People who went camping and hiking this week to celebrate Earth Day, I hope you are OK. There's a traveler's advisory for the SoCal region announced on NOAA radio networks, and this is one you need to pay attention to.
We definitely can use this rain, and we are getting it, but these big storms usually come from off Hawai'i at this time of year, and not so cold. Brrr!. But, anyway, surf's up! Just be darned careful, and the water is a chilly 58 degrees.
That's the weather report for Earth Day, from San Diego. The Balboa Park festivities are most likely postponed but here are some nice things to do for Mother, anyway..... Nature Conservancy Page