Warm, dry conditions persist through the rest of the week

By Dan Shadwell

Good morning! With the wrap-up of 2013, all eyes are on the skies, searching for some rain clouds and at least for now, we’ll see only high clouds sweeping overhead, with no precipitation.

Los Angeles just declared its driest year on record, with less than a quarter of usual rainfall–only 3.6 inches all year.

We’re in the same boat as is the bay area… and our skies will continue to clear for the end of the week, with more offshore winds and above normal temperatures.

Some models, though, are projecting a good chance for some rain late next week, so we’ll be keeping an eye on that system.

Here’s a look at today’s highs:
Paso Robles–70
Cambria–68
Atascadero–70
Morro Bay–69
San Luis Obispo–79
Pismo Beach–68
Guadalupe–72
Santa Maria–75
Los Alamos–75
Solvang–76
Vandenberg–76
Goleta–72
Santa Barbara–71

One thought on “Warm, dry conditions persist through the rest of the week”

  1. “Some models, though, are projecting a good chance for some rain late next week, so we’ll be keeping an eye on that system.”

    Only to find out that next week will be nothing but another offshore wind event.

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