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Mar 12, 2014 1:02 PM by Dave Hovde

Offshore winds much of Wednesday set stage for warm and dry day

A concern today is the low relative humidity levels and above normal temperatures in both SLO and SB county. Red Flag Warnings for locally gusty NE winds 15-35mph with higher gusts and relative humidity that could drop into the 8-15% range during the day are in place due to the conditions and the associated high fire danger.

We'll see another mostly sunny day (with some high clouds) with slightly warmer temperatures than Tuesday.

The easterly winds will start to calm down later Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night should be clear and especially cool in interior areas (in the 30s).

Thursday and Friday still look warm, but perhaps highs will come down a few degrees from Wednesday however warmer temps look to develop over the weekend with widespread 80s possible as high pressure strengthens again.

There is a slight chance of rain in the mid to late portion of next week however models like a better chance of rain to end the month and begin April however it is at the tail end of the run which has been a little optimistic all winter.



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