Nov 28, 2012 1:57 PM by Dave Hovde

Storm weakens on approach but still will deliver rain and wind

Today area of low pressure is deliver it's main punch north of the Central Coast, however with continuing showers throughout the day .10-.50" with some locally higher totals are likely.

Wind advisories continue into this evening for 30mph potential with gusts to 40mph possible.

Snow levels are higher than 7500ft with this system and are not a concern locally.

On and off light showers are possible Thursday-Saturday with another significant system on tap for Sunday.

The KSBY.com weather page features radar and a live map which will overlay advisories. The Trueview 6 weather app for iPhone and android devices is also another great way to follow the storm between our newscasts and webposts. It is free and available at the app stores for each device.



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