10 am – quite overcast, which means not nearly as cold as it has been, lately, thankfully.
SLO forecaster has this to say:
“However, the trailing edge of a weak cold front will pass over San Luis Obispo County late Tuesday from north to south with increasing clouds. Rain showers will develop along the Ragged Point southward towards Cambria.
By the time the front reaches San Luis Obispo, it will only produce a few light rain showers/sprinkles on Tuesday evening and night.
Fair weather returns on Wednesday and should last through next
weekend with pleasant weather and much warmer temperatures along the coast with temperatures in the high 60s to the low 70s.
NOAA has this to say: “A FEW SPRINKLES THIS MORNING WILL GIVE WAY TO LARGER POCKETS OF RAINFALL THIS AFTERNOON INTO THE EVENING.”
The most of the rain will be to our north, it would appear, and no hydrological issues expected from this storm. Enjoy. (Maybe enough to wash away the evidence of the hang gliders below!)
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And that is exactly what it while I was fishing off Mill Creek this evening. …Rain drops on the ocean, while the sun was shining through the gaps in the clouds, with lots of those spiritual looking shafts of light. On the way north tonight, I went through a more steady rain around downtown Big Sur. Heavier rain up north…this one is zeroing in on the Pacific Northwest. We are on the southern edge