Posted: Nov 14, 2012 6:40 PM by Dave Hovde
Updated: Nov 14, 2012 9:19 PM
After several days of offshore winds the pattern is changing. Clouds continue to stream into the Central Coast on Thursday along with increasing chances of rain. Showers are possible from Thursday afternoon all the way into Sunday. Rain will generally be showery and is not likely to produce big totals, likely less than .40" and over the course of several days best to call the activity on and off.
Temperatures will tumble a bit in terms of the daytime highs, backing off into the 60s generally. However the overniight lows (which have been cold) will moderate and no freezing conditions are expected in my six day forecast.
Skies will clear out Monday and Tuesday and temperatures will come up a bit.
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