Nov 29, 2012 6:59 PM by Connie Tran, KSBY News (and Dave Hovde)
Wet and unsettled weather will continue throughout the weekend. The Central Coast is still under a moist, southwesterly flow, and by Thursday night many areas could see between .01" and .05" of rain.
On Friday, locally heavy rain will resume by afternoon latering later at night but like the last system some lighter activity will linger into Saturday with wind blowing up to 25 miles per hour. The main concern is for Sunday, as the final front and storm moves in. There could be some very significant rainfall accumulation over the Central Coast, and it will be windy as well. .75-3" of rain is possible with locally higher amounts in the mountains and certain upslope areas.
But, the storm is expected to clear out by Tuesday, and the warming and drying trend will continue through mid-week. We could see temperatures go into the mid-70's.
A high surf advisory is also in place for coastal areas with 1-15ft break and max sets to 20ft through Monday morning at 10am.
PLEASE HELP US MODERATE COMMENTS
Offensive or inappropriate comments are subject to removal. To report a comment, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and include the name of the story and information on the comment.
Thank you! KSBY.com