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Cold morning temperatures could bring frosty conditions Friday morning

Posted at 5:16 AM, Feb 22, 2019

After an intense weather event Thursday that included rain, hail, thunder, lightning, and even snow, Friday will be dry and cool. Clear skies are in the forecast for most of the area, but it’s possible some of the north-facing slopes could still have some cloud cover.

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A freeze warning will remain in place through 8:00 a.m. as early morning temperatures will range from the mid-20s to the low 30s. These chilly temperatures will likely make for a frosty morning for the Central Coast.

Fifteen to 30 mile per hour winds are in the forecast Friday with breezy conditions continuing into the evening hours. By the end of next week, daytime highs for the area will likely warm up from the mid to upper-60s.

48-hour rainfall totals:
Rocky Butte: 0.11”
Paso Robles: 0.02”
Templeton: 0.12”
Santa Margarita: 0.20”
Arroyo Grande: 0.12”
Santa Maria: 0.12”
Vandenberg AFB: 0.27”
Vandenberg Village: 0.32”
Lompoc: 0.54”
Las Cruces: 0.29”
Gaviota: 0.23”
Refugio Pass: 0.15”