Posted: Jan 18, 2013 4:34 PM by Dave Hovde
With the continuing domination of high pressure the Central Coast skies remain mostly clear. This is producing cool overnight lows however at the same time also generating afternoon highs in the mid 70s near the coast which is roughly ten degrees above normal.
The bigger story of the weekend will be the developing surf.
Surf will initially be around 10 feet Saturday morning then increase through the day peaking at 12 to 16 feet with some sets to 20 feet late Saturday through Sunday. This surf will be especially dangerous due to the power from the long period swells. surf will begin to diminish on Monday and continue to decrease into Tuesday.
A high surf advisory is in place.
Not much changes in the weather until the middle of next week when some clouds will get back in the forecast and temps drop. Next chance of rain will be next weekend.
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