Posted: Oct 22, 2012 9:39 PM by Dave Hovde
Skies cleared quickly Monday evening after the cold front passed through the Central Coast. Rainfall totals varies quite a bit from more than a half inch at Hearst Castle to only a few hundredths at some of the beach communities further down the Central Coast (Southcoast rainfall also was very light).
Building high pressure will produce breezy NW winds Tuesday afternoon, and strong north winds are in my forecast for later Wednesday into Thursday.
Friday temperatures improve as those winds turn offshore and temperatures look to jump back into the upper 70s and lower 80s Friday into the weekend.
The short term sky conditions look partly cloudy, however a few areas could see fog formation overnight and early on Tuesday.
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