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Storm system pulls out leaving seasonal temperatures behind

Posted at 4:06 PM, Nov 18, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-18 20:46:47-05

Well, we knew it wasn't going to be a big storm and it was not. That said some showers is not a bad thing in an area badly needing rain, generally the rains were light under .25" but some locations in the hills above the SLO county north coast did rather well picking up more than .50" (but that was the exception rather than the rule).
Partly cloudy skies ruled after the front pulled out.

Some night and morning offshore winds start picking up over the next few days before winds turn back onshore in the afternoon. This is a post-cold front offshore event so it'll mean the interior valleys will get quite cool. And like we often see after rain events if skies clear out and winds go light some patchy ground fog is possible in a few spots.

The offshore winds really pick up on Friday morning, the locally gusty conditions hang around over the weekend and into early next week.

The good news is despite cool starts the afternoon temps look pretty mild.

All models agree the weather looks dry thru Thanksgiving.