Feb 23, 2013 12:36 AM by Dave Hovde
This is generally prime time for the Central Coast to see stormy weather, but now into end of the month no rain is in my forecast. While it'll be fun to frolic in the sun the rain shortage needs to be watched closely.
Mostly clear skies and mild weather is expected through early next week. High pressure will build into the great basin starting Saturday resulting in gusty northeast winds for wind prone areas Saturday evening into Sunday. Well above normal temperatures are possible late next week as an upper level ridge of high pressure builds over the West Coast.
A broad long wave trough over the area will gradually shift east Tuesday through Wednesday. A surface front is expected to move inland well north of the area Tuesday night then a ridge of high pressure over the Eastern Pacific will build over the great basin Wednesday through Thursday night. Northeast winds will likely develop over the area Wednesday night and again Thursday night and temperatures will warm a few degrees each day Wednesday through Friday and likely range 5 to 10 degrees above normal Thursday and Friday.
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