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Storm exits and winds and temps crank up

Posted at 6:53 PM, Dec 17, 2018

 

The cold front that moved through the Central Coast early this morning didn’t continue much father down California.

Both Cayucos and Morro Bay got a little more than an inch of rain Monday morning.

The rain basically stopped right at the LA County line.

The interior mountain areas near Kern County could see low clouds and fog until Tuesday morning.

A high surf warning is in place for SLO county into Tuesday morning with waves reaching 18 to 25 ft with max sets reaching 30 ft.

Areas such as Morro Bay could see coastal flooding as winds start to push the waves higher.

It is advise that you stay out of the water and never turn your back to it.

Waves in Santa Barbara will reach close to five to eight feet with max 10 feet and a surf advisory is posted there through Tuesday at 10 p.m.

Strong northeast winds will bring more sunshine and dry weather with mid-week temperatures reaching high 70’s in some parts of SLO County.

Coastal valleys will have some of the warmest temperatures.

There is a slight chance of rain around Christmas, but if it develops it will most likely be light. That system looks directed into the Pac NW and Northern California.​