Feb 21, 2013 1:06 AM by Dave Hovde
Tuesday's storm brought the Central Coast about a third of an inch of rain and some very low snow levels. Wednesday skies cleared but cold temperatures and wind were left behind.
Those winds whipped up surf and a high surf advisory remains in place until 8am for 10-15ft breakers. There is also a 5ft high tide in the morning, so some dangerous rip and minor erosion is possible.
Clear skies overnight will produce frost in wind sheltered area near the coast and a frost advisory is in place for both SLO and SB county coastal valleys. Lows near 30 could damage sensitive plants and the welfare of outdoor pets should be considered.
Outside of that Thursday will be partly cloudy with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s with an afternoon breeze up to 25mph. Friday into the weekend should see similar conditions with perhaps a few degrees of warming.
No rain is forecasted in the 6 day.
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