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3 hours 17 minutes ago

Marine clouds prove ample again

There is an upper level low tracking through southern CA and interestingly touched off some thunderstorms with some 1" hail in the Temecula area earlier Wednesday. The upper-level low exits eastward and that will produce less extensive marine clouds on Thursday but there will still be plenty at the beaches and coastal valleys, just less inland. Temps don't change dramatically at the coast but warm inland. There is a weak front pushing through early in the weekend for slightly cooler temps, some increase in humidity is possible from an active tropical pattern off the Baja but rain is not likely. We'll likely warm a little next week as high pressure riding takes place and late next week we could again run into more sub-tropical leftovers (mugginess/clouds) from yet another system in the Baja but it is too far out to say much more with any level of definition.

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Aug 20th, 2014 weather watcher report

Arroyo Grande 61-80 Atascadero 54-79 CA Valley 51-86 Cambria 59-73 Cuyama 52-87 Goleta 61-76 Grover Beach 61-72 Lompoc 61-73 Los Osos 53-72 Morro Bay 61-67 Nipomo 62-73 Orcutt 56-79 Paso Robles 52-84 Pismo Beach 62-69 Pozo 53-87 San Luis Obispo 60-77 San Miguel 56-90 Santa Barbara 65-81 Santa Maria 61-79... Read Story

3 hours 17 minutes ago

Marine clouds prove ample again

There is an upper level low tracking through southern CA and interestingly touched off some thunderstorms with some 1" hail in the Temecula area earlier Wednesday. The upper-level low exits eastward and that will produce less extensive marine clouds on Thursday but there will still be plenty at the... Read Story

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Aug 19, 2014 8:45 PM

Highs and Lows for Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Arroyo Grande 73/60 Atascadero 71/55 CA Valley 82/55 Cambria 66/58 Corbett Canyon 73/57 Creston 73/49 Cuyama 84/56 Goleta 76/61 Hearst Castle 68/53 Lompoc 72/59 Los Osos 72/61 Morro Bay 66/59 Orcutt 71/53 Paso Robles 75/58 Pismo Beach 67/61 Pozo 82/52 San Luis Obispo 73/57 Santa Barbara 81/63 Santa Maria 76/60... Read Story

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Aug 18, 2014 8:23 PM

August 18th, 2014 weather watcher report

Arroyo Grande 57-75 Atascadero 49-92 CA Valley 58-96 Cambria 56-68 Corbett Canyon 56-78 Cuyama 60-95 Goleta 56-76 Lompoc 57-72 Los Osos 58-65 Morro Bay 63-58 Nipomo 58-80 Oceano 48-68 Orcutt 57-78 Paso Robles 52-96 Pismo Beach 59-66 San Luis Obispo 57-79 San Miguel 56-94 Santa Barbara 63-84 Santa Maria 59-75... Read Story

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Aug 18, 2014 6:07 PM

Cooler weather with marine clouds

An upper low is dropping from the Pacific NW, it'll keep a substantial marine influence at the beaches and near coastal valleys with the cooler air also penetrating further inland. Away from the beaches the clouds will clear in the morning hours but may linger for into the afternoon... Read Story

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