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Dense fog advisory in place through the morning commute

Posted at 5:23 AM, Jan 18, 2019

It will be a foggy morning for Central Coast drivers. A dense fog advisory is in place through 9:00 a.m. Friday for San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. Visibility will be a ¼ mile or less, so drivers should increase following distance and use their low beam headlights.

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I remember when I first started posting pics on Instagram, I thought I would be witty and match a cool quote that related with the image. Then I realized how cliche and unoriginal it was so I started writing my own thoughts, and almost used it as a public journal, or blog as they say these days. At first I didnt think much of it, I mean, if you know me I'm pretty honest with my feelings and really have no problem showing my vulnerability. But then I realized I was telling my life stories and thoughts to people around the world. Whether it was me being down, or having an amazing experience, I found my own voice and somewhat of a release, and I was receiving amazing feedback from people I had never even met! Not that I'm against quotes, cause I love them, but It was the first time in my life that I felt my creative outlet and something I love was actually reaching people, and for that I'm grateful. With that said, here's a perfect quote for the photograph. 😉 "Never look down to test the ground before taking your next step; only he who keeps his eye fixed on the horizon will find the right road." – Dag Hammarskjold . . . #pismobeach #avilabeach #shellbeach #highway1discoveryroute #ig_tones #viewbug #creativegrammer #agameof10k #cc5k #way2ill #water_of_our_world #water_brilliance #jaw_droping_shots #unlimitedcalifornia #usaprimeshot #bns_sunset #ilovetoroam #justgoshoot #igerscalifornia #naturalcalifornia #nature_wizards #conquer_ca #ipulledoverforthis #killershotz #beonksby #shareslo #slocal #visitslo #visitcalifornia

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After conditions clear Friday morning, there will be partly cloudy skies with mild temperatures. The coastal valleys and beaches will be around the mid to upper 60s, while the interior valleys will be slightly cooler and range from the upper 50s to low 60s.

The big story for today will be the surf. A high surf warning is in place for the Central Coast through 9:00 p.m. Waves could reach 20-25 feet through Friday night. A high surf advisory is in effect for Santa Barbara County’s south coast through Friday night as well with waves from 8-12 ft. For Central Coast beaches, the tides will be right around 6 ½ ft. around 7:00 a.m. These conditions at the beaches could cause coastal flooding.