Mar 5, 2014 1:04 PM by Dave Hovde
We have a "dirty ridge" over the area, it is a lot less interesting than it sounds. It just means we have a ridge of high pressure which allows a lot of cloud cover to move through it (high pressure is often associated with clear skies).
Wednesday we'll still see highs in the 60s and 70s despite those clouds, there may even be a little bit of weak morning offshore flow.
Another weak system will bring a small chance of rain to northern SLO county early Thursday.
Like a similar system Tuesday it doesn't look likely to produce much if anything at all.
High pressure again builds after that weak system. It may be enough of a transition that southern Santa Barbara county could see advisory level winds. Temperatures will be in the lower 70s Friday but likely back into the mid to upper 70s for the weekend.
Cooler with more clouds Monday with yet another weak system passing to our north. Like the Tuesday and Thursday system, only parts of SLO have any chance to see anything and even that portion of SLO's chances look slim. The rest of next week looks dry as well, so after a quick start to March it is beginning to look quiet in a hurry.
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