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December 2014
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After clouds and a few showers warm temps quickly build

by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist A cold front is moving thru the Central Coast today but the dynamics are weak and the front will dissipate s the area with clouds and a few showers. Best chance for rain is northern SLO county, SB county especially the Southcoast may not see any rain at all. After [...]

December 18th, 2014 weather watcher report

by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist Arroyo Grande 49/61 .04″ Atascadero 46/55 .08″ CA Valley 41/57 .25 (a 2 day total) Cambria 49/61 .12″ Corbett Canyon 47/60 .03″ Cuyama 41/59 .02″ Goleta 45/6` .01″ Hearst Castle 45/54 .22″ Lompoc 46/64 .02″ Los Osos 50/64 .04″ Morro Bay 50/63 .03″ Paso Robles 48/58 .05″ Pismo Beach 50/62 [...]

One more light shower event before it gets warm

by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist A weak cold front will move over the Central Coast late tonight and Friday with light winds and cloudy skies. This system will fall apart on arrival only producing a few light rain showers. After that high pressure builds across California and temps jump quickly into the 70s this weekend [...]

Rain 12/15 thru 12/17

by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist Here are the cumulative rainfall totals for the rain thus far this week. San Luis Obispo County Coast Morro Bay 0.64 Cambria 0.87 Nipomo 0.39 SLO – Cal Poly 1.33 San Luis Obispo 0.81 San Luis Harbor 0.37 Oceano 0.48 Pismo Beach 0.58 Point Piedras Blancas 0.15 San Luis Obispo [...]

A couple more rain chances but no huge storms

by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist Another weak storm system is on the way to the Central Coast tonight. The track of the low is not ideal to produce much rain, most totals will be less than .25″ with the possible exception of the SLO northcoast. While showers have begun much of Wednesday’s rain will actually [...]

Dec. 16th, 2014 weather watcher report

by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist With another evening rain system, this weather watcher report is 4pm yesterday to today so it will not fully capture this second system of the week. Cumulative rainfall will be handled in a separate post. Arroyo Grande 64.48 .12″ Atascadero 45/63 .25″ CA Valley 42/57 NA Corbett Canyon 50/64 .10″ [...]

Lompoc cold air funnel, why no warning?

by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist Cold air funnels are similar to, but not, tornadoes. These funnels typically form when you get very cold air over our heads and are associated with upper air lows or in jet stream troughs. This is the situation we’ve had in the area today and also had last night when [...]

Rain report for Monday’s storm

by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist San Luis Obispo County Coast SLO – Cal Poly 0.96 Cambria 0.87 San Luis Obispo 0.52 Morro Bay 0.41 San Luis Harbor 0.20 Point Piedras Blancas 0.12 Nipomo 0.11 Pismo Beach 0.09 Oceano 0.04 San Luis Obispo County Central Rocky Butte 1.49 Upper Toro Creek Road 0.63 Las Tablas 0.61 [...]

Rain likely again this evening

by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist The next storm will increase rain across the Central Coast this evening with showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms. I expect rainfall totals will range from .25” to .75” inches with some localized amounts exceeding 1” It is not just the amount of rain, but the rate to be [...]

Monday rain totals

by Greg Murphy KSBY weather blogger Taken from NWS reports. Santa Barbara County North Coast Los Prietos 0.40″ Cachuma Dam 0.37″ Lompoc 0.30″ Sudden Peak 0.28″ Los Alamos 0.26″ Sisquoc 0.21″ Buellton 0.21″ Solvang 0.19″ Vandenberg 0.18″ Santa Maria 0.12″ Twitchell Dam 0.12″ Santa Ynez 0.08″ New Cuyama 0.03″ Santa Barbara County South Coast Rancho [...]