June 2nd, 2009

TODAY’S HIGHS
by Dave Hovde

Arroyo Grande 71
Atascadero 71
Avila Beach 72
CA Valley 81
Cambria 57
Cayucos 58
Corbett Canyon 72
Creston 80
Cuyama 84
Goleta 65
Grover Beach 69
Guadalupe 65
Lompoc 65
Los Osos 65
Morro Bay 59
Nipomo 70
Oceano 68
Orcutt 70
Paso Robles 76
Pismo Beach 61
Pozo 85
San Luis Obispo 75
San Miguel 77
Santa Barbara 72
Santa Margarita 85
Santa Maria 70
Santa Ynez 79
Shandon 75
Shell Beach 61
Solvang 78
Templeton 69
Vandenberg AFB 64

By: Amber Lee

It rained today in San Luis Obispo for less than 10 minutes. The rain was enough for it to collect rain drops on the car. This is what I saw on the way to a story today around 11:22 a.m. 🙂 Conditions quickly cleared up after this.

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Discussion by:
Dave Hovde

When I delivered the forecast yesterday, I talked about rain.

June 1, 2009

Today’s Highs by Dave Hovde

Arroyo Grande 71
Atascadero 73
Avila Beach 70
CA Valley 81
Cambria 57
Cayucos 58
Corbett Canyon 68
Creston 83
Cuyama 82
Goleta 64
Grover Beach 70
Lompoc 66
Los Osos 64
Morro Bay 57
Nipomo 67
Oceano 67
Orcutt 68
Paso Robles 79
Pismo Beach 59
Pozo 83
San Luis Obispo 72
San Miguel 85
Santa Barbara 65
Santa Margarita 86
Santa Maria 69
Santa Ynez 77
Shandon 82
Shell Beach 59
Solvang 77
Templeton 77
Vandenberg AFB 60

By: Amber Lee

SUMMER COUNTDOWN: 21 days!

Happy June! I’m going to start the countdown for summer starting today. It will be nothing like summer this week here on the Central Coast because we’re looking at a possibility of rain, 20% chance.

We can expect drizzle along the coast today as the marine layer thickens from a cutoff low to the north of us. This system is expected to park itself off the coast of Monterey Monday. As it

May 30-31, 2009

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Ragged Point, Big Sur

By: Amber Lee

TODAY’S DAYTIME HIGHS:

Arroyo Grande68
Atascadero75
Avila Beach70
CA Valley89
Cambria57
Corbett Canyon68
Cuyama92
Goleta67
Grover Beach68
Hearst Castle62
Lompoc65
Los Osos63
Morro Bay56
Nipomo73
Oceano67
Orcutt66
Paso Robles84
Pismo Beach58
Pozo88
San Luis Obispo73
San Miguel84
Santa Barbara68
Santa Margarita80
Santa Maria69
Santa Ynez78
Shandon89
Shell Beach58
Solvang79
Templeton72
Vandenberg AFB57

It’s going to be another gloomy day on the Central Coast and for this upcoming work week. Even though we say so long to the May gray we are going to say hello to June gloom.

The photo above was taken on Saturday at the Ragged Point Inn where I attended a wedding. From the picture you can see how gray it was up there. The weather was exactly the same as our weather conditions today. For the wedding the sky did clear just a bit

May 29th, 2009

HIGHS TODAY

Arroyo Grande 71
Atascadero 69
Avila Beach 71
CA Valley 88
Cambria 57
Cayucos 59
Corbett Canyon 68
Creston 81
Cuyama 88
Goleta 63
Grover Beach 69
Guadalupe 68
Hearst Castle 59
Lompoc 61
Los Osos 63
Morro Bay 58
Nipomo 64
Oceano 67
Orcutt 62
Paso Robles 74
Pismo Beach 61
Pozo 84
San Luis Obispo 73
San Miguel 83
Santa Barbara 64
Santa Margarita 82
Santa Maria 63
Santa Ynez 76
Shell Beach 61
Solvang 81
Templeton 70

Discussion by

Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist

Low clouds and fog have a good grip on the coastal weather today, and look to in the extended forecast as well.

May 27, 2009

By: Amber Lee

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Posted: 6 p.m.

Isolated thunderstorms for mountains and interior regions of both San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties through Thursday. The isolated storms tonight are south of New Cuyama and mostly in Santa Barbara county. We have reports of heavy rain, gusty winds and hail.

The reason for

May 26, 2009

By: Amber Lee

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TODAY’S DAYTIME HIGHS:

Paso Robles91
San Luis Obispo71
Santa Barbara63
Santa Maria67
Arroyo Grande66
Atascadero86
CA Valley88
Cambria57
Corbett Canyon67
Creston95
Cuyama89
Goleta64
Grover Beach66
Guadalupe65
Hearst Castle61
Lompoc66
Los Osos62
Morro Bay56
Nipomo66
Oceano65
Orcutt66
Paso Robles92
Pismo Beach58
Pozo92
San Luis Obispo72
San Miguel93
San Simeon93
Santa Barbara68
Santa Margarita83
Santa Maria68
Santa Ynez79
Shandon94
Shell Beach58
Solvang77
Templeton85
Vandenberg AFB58

Temps will be slightly warmer today all around. Beach communities will be finally out of the 50’s and up in the 60’s today while inland areas will have temps in the 70’s and 80’s. High pressure is beginning to build to the north of us and providing this warm-up.

The marine layer will still be part of the forecast today but will begin to thin out as we get into the work week. Expect the marine layer to clear late this morning.

Gusty light west winds will be part of the afternoon and evening forecast. Gusts up to 25 mph.

Wednesday will be a bit warmer than today as the high pressure moves closer and centers more inland.

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