Posted: Dec 15, 2009 12:06 PM by Dave Hovde
Updated: Dec 15, 2009 12:06 PM
Tuesday will be our second dry day in a row. However there should be some increasing high clouds over the course of the day.
There is a significant low pressure system ready to hit the Pacific Northwest with rain and upper elevation snow. That system will impact northern CA significantly however the front looks to fall apart as it noses into the Central Coast. It'll be a close enough approach Wednesday that we'll have to go mostly cloudy with a shower chance for northern SLO county but if it rains it'll be very light. Otherwise warmer drier days ahead.
By the end of the week mostly sunny conditions and coastal valleys will make a run at the low 70s for highs. This upcoming weekend looks dry with mid 60s on tap and the interior valleys running just about 5 degrees cooler.
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