Mar 25, 2014 12:35 AM by Dave Hovde
By mid to late afternoon a cold front will start pushing down the Central Coast providing some rain. NW winds will also pick up to 15-25mph. There are several reasons the system won't produce much rain, for one the dynamics of the front are weak and the associated upper low stays well north of the Central Coast. I'd say light amounts to as much as .25″. Most of the rain will happen Tuesday evening and linger into Wednesday as a trough rotates behind the front.
All activity looks to end Wednesday night.
Thursday will start off cloudy but skies will clear through the day. Despite a little more sunshine temps will still be somewhat cool due to the front from late Tuesday and Wednesday.
Forecast warms a little Friday and Saturday as high pressure builds back in.
Then the forecast gets complicated. Models just don't agree what happens later Sunday. One model says a larger storm later Sunday into Monday but another keeps us dry. At this point I will put some rain in the forecast just so folks don't get too surprised should something happen, however we'll have to refine the details quite a bit as the week progresses.
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