Dec 17, 2012 3:06 PM by Dave Hovde
A cold front will cut across the Central Coast this afternoon for rain, though it'll generally be light. Light showers could linger into early Tuesday. Less that .15" of rain, and likely only a few hundredths for most.
The largest impact of the system will likely be the winds. NW Winds will pick up quickly Tuesday. Advisory level winds are likely for the Santa Barbara county mountains and Southcoast with gusts up to 50mph possible.
Most of the Central Coast will see winds of 15-30mph on Tuesday.
Wednesday through early Friday look dry however there is potential for a strong storm system for the upcoming weekend, and some rain is also likely on the morning of Christmas Eve. I will detail that in my on-air forecast tonight.
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