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      5-Day Forecast: San Luis Obispo

      Friday
      Friday's Forecast Image
      • 70°
      • 50°

      Windy with sunshine

      Saturday
      Saturday's Forecast Image
      • 78°
      • 52°

      Plenty of sun

      Sunday
      Sunday's Forecast Image
      • 77°
      • 50°

      Sunny

      Monday
      Monday's Forecast Image
      • 74°
      • 51°

      Plenty of sun

      Tuesday
      Tuesday's Forecast Image
      • 72°
      • 51°

      Mix of sun and clouds

      Currently in San Luis Obispo as of

      • 65°(Feels like 65°)
      • Clear
      • Wind: NW @ 24 mph
      • Barometer: 30.1 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:24:05 am
      • Sunset: 07:39:23 pm
      • Humidity: 58
      • Visibility: 10 mi.
      • UV Index: 4

      5-Day Forecast: Santa Maria

      Friday
      Friday's Forecast Image
      • 67°
      • 49°

      Abundant sunshine

      Saturday
      Saturday's Forecast Image
      • 77°
      • 50°

      Plenty of sun

      Sunday
      Sunday's Forecast Image
      • 74°
      • 49°

      Sunny

      Monday
      Monday's Forecast Image
      • 72°
      • 49°

      Plenty of sun

      Tuesday
      Tuesday's Forecast Image
      • 71°
      • 49°

      Mix of sun and clouds

      Currently in Santa Maria as of

      • 65°(Feels like 65°)
      • Clear
      • Wind: NW @ 17 mph
      • Barometer: 30.11 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:23:42 am
      • Sunset: 07:38:03 pm
      • Humidity: 63
      • Visibility: 9 mi.
      • UV Index: 4

      5-Day Forecast: Paso Robles

      Friday
      Friday's Forecast Image
      • 78°
      • 44°

      Abundant sunshine

      Saturday
      Saturday's Forecast Image
      • 86°
      • 49°

      Plenty of sun

      Sunday
      Sunday's Forecast Image
      • 87°
      • 47°

      Sunny

      Monday
      Monday's Forecast Image
      • 84°
      • 48°

      Plenty of sun

      Tuesday
      Tuesday's Forecast Image
      • 83°
      • 48°

      Mix of sun and clouds

      Currently in Paso Robles as of

      • 77°(Feels like 78°)
      • Clear
      • Wind: N @ 8 mph
      • Barometer: 30.1 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:23:36 am
      • Sunset: 07:39:57 pm
      • Humidity: 29
      • Visibility: 10 mi.
      • UV Index: 4

      5-Day Forecast: Santa Barbara

      Friday
      Friday's Forecast Image
      • 65°
      • 50°

      Abundant sunshine

      Saturday
      Saturday's Forecast Image
      • 72°
      • 53°

      Plenty of sun

      Sunday
      Sunday's Forecast Image
      • 70°
      • 53°

      Sunny

      Monday
      Monday's Forecast Image
      • 69°
      • 54°

      Plenty of sun

      Tuesday
      Tuesday's Forecast Image
      • 71°
      • 54°

      Mix of sun and clouds

      Currently in Santa Barbara as of

      • 63°(Feels like 63°)
      • Clear
      • Wind: SSE @ 10 mph
      • Barometer: 30.07 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:21:23 am
      • Sunset: 07:34:30 pm
      • Humidity: 65
      • Visibility: 10 mi.
      • UV Index: 4

      Regional Conditions

      San Luis Obispo
      65°
      Santa Maria
      65°
      Paso Robles
      77°
      Santa Barbara
      63°
      • Patchy morning fog ahead of mostly sunny day

        Patchy morning fog ahead of mostly sunny day

        Friday, April 20 2018 7:17 AM EDT2018-04-20 11:17:22 GMT
        Photo of Port San Luis by Mark RayPhoto of Port San Luis by Mark Ray
        Photo of Port San Luis by Mark RayPhoto of Port San Luis by Mark Ray
        Central Coast residents will wake up to some patchy morning fog before 11:00 a.m. before afternoon clearing. Daytime highs will be close to seasonal averages. The inland and coastal valleys will reach the low to upper 70s, while most of the beaches will hang around mid to upper 60s. Expect variable winds Friday morning throughout the area. Areas along the coastline, including Pismo Grover and Grover Beach, could see winds increase to 20 mph into the afternoon. There will be similar c...
        Central Coast residents will wake up to some patchy morning fog before 11:00 a.m. before afternoon clearing. Daytime highs will be close to seasonal averages. The inland and coastal valleys will reach the low to upper 70s, while most of the beaches will hang around mid to upper 60s. Expect variable winds Friday morning throughout the area. Areas along the coastline, including Pismo Grover and Grover Beach, could see winds increase to 20 mph into the afternoon. There will be similar c...
      • Winds diminish Friday morning, make way for warmer weekend

        Winds diminish Friday morning, make way for warmer weekend

        Thursday, April 19 2018 8:50 PM EDT2018-04-20 00:50:42 GMT
        Gusty winds are forecast into early Friday morning with a wind advisory in effect for both Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties until 9 p.m. However, on Santa Barbara’s south coast areas such as Montecito, Summerland, Carpinteria etc. the advisory lasts until 3 a.m. Friday. Most areas seeing westerly winds 15-30 mph with gusts 25-45 mph persisting into the evening before diminishing. High pressure and an offshore flow will bring above normal temperatures through the weeke...
        Gusty winds are forecast into early Friday morning with a wind advisory in effect for both Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties until 9 p.m. However, on Santa Barbara’s south coast areas such as Montecito, Summerland, Carpinteria etc. the advisory lasts until 3 a.m. Friday. Most areas seeing westerly winds 15-30 mph with gusts 25-45 mph persisting into the evening before diminishing. High pressure and an offshore flow will bring above normal temperatures through the weeke...
      • Moderate overnight rainfall ahead of afternoon clearing

        Moderate overnight rainfall ahead of afternoon clearing

        Thursday, April 19 2018 10:43 AM EDT2018-04-19 14:43:51 GMT
        Photo by Al PepitoPhoto by Al Pepito
        Photo by Al PepitoPhoto by Al Pepito
        Morning showers will continue for the Central Coast through Thursday morning but chances will decrease ahead of 11:00 a.m. This system brought moderate and at times heavy rainfall early Thursday around 2:00 a.m. and then leveled off in areas in San Luis Obispo County around 5:30 a.m. and was primarily over areas in Santa Barbara County. After the storm exits the area later Thursday morning expect patchy fog and mid to high-level clouds before clearing later in the afternoon. Here ar...
        Morning showers will continue for the Central Coast through Thursday morning but chances will decrease ahead of 11:00 a.m. This system brought moderate and at times heavy rainfall early Thursday around 2:00 a.m. and then leveled off in areas in San Luis Obispo County around 5:30 a.m. and was primarily over areas in Santa Barbara County. After the storm exits the area later Thursday morning expect patchy fog and mid to high-level clouds before clearing later in the afternoon. Here ar...
      • Cool temperatures, breezy winds stick around

        Cool temperatures, breezy winds stick around

        Wednesday, April 18 2018 6:12 PM EDT2018-04-18 22:12:04 GMT
        Photo courtesy: Kristy GulliverPhoto courtesy: Kristy Gulliver
        Photo courtesy: Kristy GulliverPhoto courtesy: Kristy Gulliver

        Wind throughout Wednesday morning have kept skies clear, allowing overnight lows to drop into the mid 30's in North county and low 40's elsewhere.

        Wind throughout Wednesday morning have kept skies clear, allowing overnight lows to drop into the mid 30's in North county and low 40's elsewhere.

      • Weakening cold front could bring rain tonight

        Weakening cold front could bring rain tonight

        Wednesday, April 18 2018 8:34 AM EDT2018-04-18 12:34:13 GMT
        Photo by Wesley FramePhoto by Wesley Frame
        Photo by Wesley FramePhoto by Wesley Frame

        A weakening cold front will decrease daytime highs and bring showers late Wednesday night. While models show a trough low pressure could bring some heavy rain potential late Wednesday and overnight for the Central Coast, for the most part, this will be a light system with rain potential being between .10’’ and .25’’. Plus, there’s potential for thunderstorms with this system which could result in heavier rainfall, hail and gusty conditions.  W...

        A weakening cold front will decrease daytime highs and bring showers late Wednesday night. While models show a trough low pressure could bring some heavy rain potential late Wednesday and overnight for the Central Coast, for the most part, this will be a light system with rain potential being between .10’’ and .25’’. Plus, there’s potential for thunderstorms with this system which could result in heavier rainfall, hail and gusty conditions.  W...

      • Cool air mass remains, showers expected late Wednesday

        Cool air mass remains, showers expected late Wednesday

        Tuesday, April 17 2018 6:32 PM EDT2018-04-17 22:32:09 GMT
        Photo courtesy: Catherine Cat EvansPhoto courtesy: Catherine Cat Evans
        Photo courtesy: Catherine Cat EvansPhoto courtesy: Catherine Cat Evans

        Wednesday is expected to bring gentle southerly winds, increasing clouds and showers late Wednesday into Thursday morning.

        Wednesday is expected to bring gentle southerly winds, increasing clouds and showers late Wednesday into Thursday morning.

      • Light overnight rain with more on the way

        Light overnight rain with more on the way

        Monday, April 16 2018 7:25 AM EDT2018-04-16 11:25:33 GMT
        Photo by Wesley FramePhoto by Wesley Frame
        Photo by Wesley FramePhoto by Wesley Frame
        A weakening cold front could continue to bring more light rain across the Central Coast. Although not all of it was measurable, parts of San Luis Obispo did receive some rain overnight. Rocky Butte: 0.08’’ San Simeon: 0.04’’ Atascadero: 0.12’’ San Luis Obispo Reservoir: 0.04’’ Arroyo Grande Creek: 0.06 Oceano: 0.08’’ As of Monday morning, areas within Santa Barbara County didn’t have measurable rain, but that wil...
        A weakening cold front could continue to bring more light rain across the Central Coast. Although not all of it was measurable, parts of San Luis Obispo did receive some rain overnight. Rocky Butte: 0.08’’ San Simeon: 0.04’’ Atascadero: 0.12’’ San Luis Obispo Reservoir: 0.04’’ Arroyo Grande Creek: 0.06 Oceano: 0.08’’ As of Monday morning, areas within Santa Barbara County didn’t have measurable rain, but that wil...
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