Nov 13, 2012 3:56 PM by Dave Hovde
Offshore flow has dried out the air on the Central Coast this week. Cool nights and warm daytime highs have been the result. Locally gusty offshore winds have developed from time to time but that will likely not be an issue through Wednesday.
Thursday will be partly cloudy however increasing clouds late could produce showers overnight into Friday morning. Then a series of impulses work through CA to produce shower chances on and off through the weekend. Unlike the last rain maker (which only produces some very light totals), this one doesn't look as cold. The question about the upcoming systems is intensity. Computer models have really struggled with timing and rain potential. At this point a broad brush looks like the best call for on and off showers with generally showery rain which should be measuralble but not impressive through the weekend.
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