Articles Tagged With ‘Weather’




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Popular Pismo Beach campground closed for most of winter

As with Morro Bay State Park, Pismo State Beach’s North Beach Campground is losing thousands of dollars in revenue as a result of the flurry of storms this winter. [KSBY] The North Beach Campground has... (Continue reading)

Storm deals Morro Bay State Park financial blow

In the aftermath of recent storms, Morro Bay State Park has remained closed to visitors for more than a week. As a result, 295 campsite reservations have been canceled, and the park has has lost... (Continue reading)

Flood soaks Old Towne Nipomo homes

A recent storm flooded multiple houses in Old Towne Nipomo, soaking the homes with water and mud. Residents in the area are blaming San Luis Obispo County for the flooding, arguing it never would have... (Continue reading)

Highway 41 to remain closed between Morro Bay and Atascadero

Following the recent storm, Highway 41 will remain closed between Morro Bay and Atascadero until mid-February, according to Caltrans. Officials closed that stretch of Highway 41 over the weekend in response to mudslides and rockslides.... (Continue reading)

Flooding in Avila Beach, video

View the flooding and the scenic landscape from a video shot on Jan. 9, from a drone that flew over Avila Beach and the Avila Valley. The video is provided compliments of James McKiernan Lawyers... (Continue reading)

Floods, mudslides impede SLO County traffic

Floods, mudslides and rockslides shut down several San Luis Obispo County roads Sunday, causing problems for drivers but bestowing one man the opportunity to surf down the street in Grover Beach. Over the past 24... (Continue reading)

Wet October points to a wet winter

As California enters it sixth year of drought, October rains are creating speculation that it could be a wet year. [Tribune] Throughout the Central Coast, many communities have received almost double the average rainfall this... (Continue reading)

El Nino filling Northern California reservoirs

Large reservoirs in Northern California are filling up as a result of recent rainfall. This week, both Lake Shasta and Lake Oroville passed their average levels for this point in the year. [LA Times] Lake... (Continue reading)

SLO County storm knocks out power, downs trees

Heavy rain and wind knocked over trees, power poles and power lines in San Luis Obispo County as an El Nino storm swept through the Central Coast over the weekend. Thousands of customers are still... (Continue reading)

Traffic accidents soar as rain hit the Central Coast

The storm that swept through the Central Coast on Saturday led to two accidents involving San Luis Obispo Fire department rescues. At about 7:30 p.m., a car crashed near the California Boulevard and Highway 101... (Continue reading)



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