Posted 11:16 AM 6/6/2013 by Dave Hovde
If you are looking for something exciting in the local forecast, the headline is the warming interior temperatures over the weekend otherwise the coastal regime is in its typical spring mode.
Night through morning low clouds and fog will continue through the weekend as weak low pressure (More)
Posted 4:17 PM 6/4/2013 by Dave Hovde
It is almost like the calendar runs the weather. May ended very windy and generally clear and as we turned the page to June the winds have become more reasonable but the "June Gloom" has showed up. The night and morning low clouds have been slow to clear and along with that the temps at the beach (More)
Posted 5:39 PM 6/3/2013 by Connie Tran, KSBY News
An onshore flow and cooler weather enters the Central Coast, bringing low clouds and fog. Most of it burned off by the afternoon, but expect a very similar morning on Tuesday. Temperatures start to warm up later in the week though, with some areas seeing 80s, 90s, and even triple-digit heat.(More)...
Posted 7:02 PM 6/2/2013 by Victoria Johnson
Hello June gloom! Temperatures have dropped nearly 10 degrees from yesterday's highs. A strong onshore flow and deepening marine layer will continue to decrease temperatures through Tuesday. Gusty, sub-advisory winds are expected inland but winds will be calmer at the coast. An increase in clouds (More)
Posted 6:38 PM 6/1/2013 by Victoria Johnson
Hot temperatures hit the Central Coast Saturday, reaching 102 degrees in Templeton, Atascadero and Bradley. Paso Robles reached 101 degrees. Hot temperatures and dry fuels will elevate fire danger. This brief spike in temperatures brought by an offshore flow won't linger long. By Sunday, a weak (More)
Posted 11:29 AM 5/31/2013 by Dave Hovde
Still looking like a nice warm-up for the Central Coast Saturday.
Valleys mostly in the 90s, close to 100 for the interior of San Luis Obispo county, and 80s and 90s for the Central Coast even with some records possible there. Beaches will be in the 70s and 80s. It is just a (More)
Posted 11:31 AM 5/30/2013 by Dave Hovde
High pressure is in the process of building into California today through Friday.
Temperatures will continue their slow climb into to the weekend peaking Saturday.
In fact, winds Saturday look offshore which will mean 80s and 90s at the coast and 100-plus inland. But it will not (More)
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