Showers returned and next week could see another round of wet and unsettled weather

Posted at 4:08 PM, Nov 20, 2019

The last time San Luis Obispo saw any measurable rain was May 25th, that's 180 days ago. For other locations on the Central Coast it has been even longer than that.

Rainfall amounts were less than quarter of an inch with most of the precipitation remaining in Southern California & Sierra Nevada. Some locations didn't report any measurable rain, especially along the north coast of SLO county.

Today's high temperatures were in the low to mid 60s.

Southerly winds, night and morning marine low clouds with areas of fog and some high-level clouds with high temperatures in the 60s is expected on Thursday into Friday.

Offshore winds develop on Saturday morning. These offshore winds will produce clear skies and warmer temperatures on Saturday into Sunday morning.

Increasing northwesterly winds and clouds will develop Sunday afternoon into Monday. Strong northwesterly winds are forecast Monday afternoon, decreasing Tuesday.

Models are back to a windy and wet weather pattern next Wednesday, Thursday (Thanksgiving Day) and Friday.