Cirrus fibratus and Cirrus spissatus, of course. Here they are from yesterday.
The weather ahead
Troughulent weather is ahead as you can plainly see here from the NOAA spaghetti factory:
Here’s what it looks like on a regular 500 millybar map (IPS MeteoStar):
No rain in it for us, but if you missed having wind yesterday the 21st, well this situation will make up for it. Likely to be gusts over 40 mph in these here parts when it actually peaks out in about a week. In the meantime, a West Coast trough ahead of this violent jet streamer from the Pacific will keep the air moving long before this unusual event slams into Cal.
The End for now.