Fire Danger Weather

From my SLO Weather caster. Temps up here are usually comparable to North County.

“The story this week will be the impressive warming trend in
response to high pressure that will nudge westward from the
plains and the four-corners regions.

Consequently, maximum temperatures are expected to climb
even higher Wednesday through Friday.

Note: Relative humidity levels will continue to drop over
San Luis Obispo County; thus, fire danger is high.
Fire danger is expected to further increase later
this week and over the weekend.

Temperatures are expected to remain above normal with mid
100s expected across the North County on Thursday through
Sunday. Long-range models suggest the heat wave will persist
next week. A possible influx of monsoon moisture may move
over the San Joaquin Valley and perhaps San Luis Obispo
County next Tuesday and Wednesday.”

2 thoughts on “Fire Danger Weather

  1. The Cave Fire near Pirate’s Cove in SLO County did not move much over 5 acres surprisingly. I sense the area (in general) is overdue and the predicted weather is no help. Be safe Kate and so. Big Sur folk.

  2. hello my name is Nescha I just moved up here and we lost our dog on hwy 1. Some one told me about this websit and said it might help. I tryed to do a post but it wont work. If this is Kate could you please put somthing about are family dog his name is Blazer a Yorkie mix and has a callor on but with Ventura tags. We still have the same number on them. Me and my family just moved in the Caltrans yard in Willowsprings. If you can help that would be great my kids have be crying sence it happened

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