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WAVES AHEAD: despite calmer winds, waves will be slow to calm

Posted at 6:32 AM, Oct 12, 2023

Good morning Central Coast!

To kick off our Thursday conditions will be beautiful as high pressure takes over the forecast. This will bring warmer and calmer conditions through the day but the aspect that will be more immediate to notice is our stark lack of marine influence.

There are no concerns for marine influence and fog for the morning commute.

An active weather pattern in the PacNW a few days ago produced some strong winds over the ocean and those waves have been arriving on the Central Coast. 8-12ft breakers are likely into Thursday afternoon at 3 pm and a high surf advisory remains in effect.

Temps today are very close to "normal" for this time of year as we see a little bump in temps. Abundant sunshine, some lingering wave action and calmer winds make up todays forecast!

The current weather pattern features an exiting trough of low pressure, but it will be replaced by a ridge of high pressure for Thursday and Friday which will boost temperatures.

There is a low-pressure system and cold front hitting the West Coast on Saturday: not much will happen locally but temperatures should dip a few degrees from Friday's highs, but again boost on Sunday. No rain is likely in this forecast. It's just a little bit of a mini roller coaster.

Looking into the extended forecast more warm weather is in store through the 8-14 day forecast.

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Have a wonderful Thursday Central Coast!