Posted: Dec 4, 2012 4:56 PM by Dave Hovde
A cold front will move into Northern California Wednesday, the northern part of the state will see significant rain 1-3" in spots and near the OR border 3-6+" are in the forecast thru Wednesday
This system will draw the front through the Central Coast for but it till weaken as it passes over San Luis Obispo County and will produce clouds and a few scattered light rain showers on Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Snow levels are extremely high, about 8000ft and are not a local concern.
Thursday will see high pressure redevelop and winds will be gusty from the N-NE, and will return skies to partly cloudy conditions.
The weekend looks dry but overnight lows to begin next week look to be cold: in the upper 20s inland and mid 30s closer to the coast.
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