Tsunami Advisory for the Central Coast

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Central Coast Tsunami Recommendation

KSBW8 meteorologist Holt Hanley has your local weather forecast.



Now we are slowly looking at warm temperatures, and the almost cloudless sky and offshore breeze appear to be preserved throughout the DA. There are two systems that affect this weather. There is a large H pressure that covers most of us above average temperatures, and there is a Southern California cutoff LOWF. This cyclone continues to push clouds into our area for the next few days before we return to sunny conditions. There will be high clouds over the next few days, but it will not rain. This is true for the long-range forecast, but the rest of January appears to be generally dry, but average temperatures are expected to exceed 5 degrees Celsius and offshore winds are expected to be moderate.

KSBW8 meteorologist Holt Hanley has your local weather forecast.

KSBW8 meteorologist Holt Hanley has your local weather forecast.

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