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Personal leading indicator.

At the southern foot of the fabled Route 5 Grapevine, about 25 miles from my keyboard, lies Castaic. There is something of a main drag just east of The Five, with fuel and grub for southbounders just getting off the hill or those headed north figuring on a stop before the climb, and suburbia especially growing to the west. And there is the double lake.

I have bookmarked the ten-minute-interval still photo web cam for the upper lake and I check it to see if our marine layer clouds have extended there. Or purposes like this morning.

According to a weather blip on the early morning news our chamber of commerce sun and mercury fest from the weekend has gone and the Grapevine was to have some snow showers later in the day. I looked outside to see an overcast of approximately 1,500 feet. Could be a front or maybe just "Eddy", so we go to the cam.

Well, at 7:30 the Castaic view was sunny, nice breath of light haze and a few cirrus clouds trying to flex as lenticular. Not very precipitory.

At 10:45 I'm back from group fitness. Locally there's an ever so slight breaking up, and a check on the Castaic cam reveals a similar sky to the earlier check.

Come on, rain.

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