Punctuation: its hard. Not sure about that in the title. Oh, well. Kind of sad that English is my first language, too.
Yesterday was definitely more Stratocumulus-ee (clouds flatter than expected) than anticipated, which hurt since it was foretold here that it would be Cumulus-ee day. And there was but the slightest evidence of any ice around, something that was also expected. So the record of almost always being right on weather and clouds (i.e., >50% of the time) took a hit, which hurt, to repeat something about personal feelings.
Too, with noticeable breezes at times, the sky almost completely overcast at mid-day as well, and the temperature well below 80 °F, it seemed darn COLD for late April.
Today, looking ahead, the air cools over us again as it did two days ago as a puddle of cold air slams down the interior of the West Coast and into AZ, and we should see some nice, photogenic Cumulus/shallow Cumulonimbus this afternoon, and, since the coldest tops will be well below -10 °C, there should be some virga and light showers around. So, another chance today for a little measurable rain here in Catalinaland before April closes out. The jet stream at mid-levels remains south of us, too, a critical aspect for cool season rain in the Great SW.
With more instability today than yesterday, there should be some more sun around compared to yesterday since holes due to downward moving air around the upward moving air in cumuliform clouds will be out there. Looking forward to today!
Still looking for the good rains next week as extra jumbo-for-May trough crashes into Cal from the Pac.
In reverse order, today. They imported that way, and am too lazy to move them all.