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Weather forecast for Thursday May 26

By JOHN LINDSEY from PG&E Strong to gale force (25- and 38-mph) northwesterly winds will develop this afternoon and will continue at this level through Saturday. These onshore winds will produce below normal temperatures along the Central Coast through at... (Continue reading)

Weather forecast for Thursday May 25

By JOHN LINDSEY from PG&E Marine low clouds have developed along the coastline and in the coastal valleys this morning. A late season cold front will move in from the Pacific and will produce rain as far south as Monterey... (Continue reading)

Weather forecast for Tuesday May 24

A 1,030-millibar Eastern Pacific High is about 700 miles to the west of San Luis Obispo while a 1,001-millibar thermal low is currently over the desert southwest. This condition will produce strong to gale-force (25- to 38-mph) northwesterly winds along... (Continue reading)

Weather forecast for Monday May 23

Batten down the hatches. A 1,031-millibar Eastern Pacific High will move gradually southeastward towards the Southern California while a 1,001-millibar thermal low develops over the desert southwest. This condition will produce moderate gale- to fresh gale-force (32 mph to 46 mph)... (Continue reading)

Weather forecast for Monday May 2

By JOHN LINDSEY from PG&E A 1,030 millibar Eastern Pacific High is centered about 700 miles northwest of San Luis Obispo while a thermal low remains over Southern California. Gentle to moderate northeasterly (offshore) winds are producing clear skies and... (Continue reading)

Weather forecast for Thursday April 28

A 1,036 millibar Easter Pacific High will move towards the Oregon Coastline, while a 1,006 millibar low pressure system takes a position over The Mojave Desert. This condition will produce moderate gale to fresh gale force (32- to 46-mph) northwesterly winds... (Continue reading)

Weather forecast for Thursday April 21

A weak cold front draped over the Central Coast this morning produced gentle southerly winds, mild temperatures and low-level light steady rain along the coastline. As this cold front moves southward, a steep pressure gradient will produce strong to gale force... (Continue reading)

Weather forecast for Tuesday April 19

The Eastern Pacific High has moved towards the southwest and is now halfway between California and Hawaii. This weather pattern will continue to produce relatively fast upper-level (jet stream) winds which will steer a series of low pressure systems into Northern... (Continue reading)

Weather forecast for Monday April 18

A 1,022-millibar Eastern Pacific High is parked about 600 miles to the west-southwest of San Luis Obispo and will gradually weaken and move westward over the next 48 hours. This condition will allow a series of weak and relatively warm low... (Continue reading)

Weather forecast for Saturday April 16

By JOHN LINDSEY from PG&E SEA/SWELL: Strong to gale force (25- to 38-mph) northwesterly winds along the Central Coast will continue to generate 4- to 6-foot northwesterly (310-degree deep-water) sea and swell (with a 7- to 12-second period) through Sunday.... (Continue reading)



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