5/28/2020

By Jack Martin on May 28, 2020 at 02:19 PM

Good Thursday morning, 

The fog machine has been working extra hard and has blanketed the coastal areas. 

https://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/GOES/sector_band.php?sat=G17§or=wus&band=GEOCOLOR&length=12

Today we will see the fog stick around longer, with the fog stretching into some valleys this morning.

Clearing will occur later in the day, with areas right along the beaches remaining foggy all day in areas.

Tonight the fog creeps back, and so does a low pressure system to the southwest.

This looks interesting on the satellite, but will not do a lot.

There is however, some lightning out there, so thunder showers may be possible in SLO.

https://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/GOES/conus_band.php?sat=G17&band=09&length=12

Friday this low pressure system rolls up the coast and can cause a chance of light rain.

Mainly in SLO county, if rain occurs it will be 1/10 of an inch or less.

In SB, rain chances are not likely, but the fog is.

Inland and valleys will feel the real change with highs only in the 70s.

For the weekend it looks to be a typical May Gray along the coast with clearing late morning.

Temps will remain around Normal with highs in the low 70s coastal and around 80 in the valleys.

Monday of next week we move into a new month, as June begins.

We all know the drill for most of June. Fog along the coast and hotter in the valleys.

This looks like how June will start out. Models are not in great agreement for the start of next week at this point, so we will stop at that.

Enjoy the Fog and cooler days, it is great working weather for Roofers. 

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