Dec 12, 2012 1:56 AM by Dave Hovde

A fast moving system will produce rain just not a lot of it

A fast moving storm system is already producing clouds over the Central Coast. The cold air associated with the front arrives Wednesday morning along with rain, generally .10-.30" with some locations potentially getting more. Activity winds down in the afternoon.

Thursday looks partly cloudy (though some isolated showers or a thunderstorm can't be entirely ruled out due to cold unstable air aloft). It'll be a cold day with highs only in the 50s.

After that a series of cold front will pass over the Central Coast Friday through Tuesday, but computer models all differ on the timing of each system. The end result will be cooler weather with periods of showers separated by several days as the fronts push through over the next ten days or so. It'll start to feel and look more December-like and not like the 70s which began this week.



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