Thursday storm has flood potential


CLEARING IS EXPECTED THIS EVENING WITH CLEAR AND CHILLY CONDITIONS DEVELOPING TONIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING. THE INLAND VALLEY TEMPERATURES WILL DROP TO THE MID TO HIGH 20S, WHILE THE COASTAL VALLEYS WILL LOWER TO THE HIGH 20S TO THE LOW 30S. CLOUDS WILL INCREASE LATER ON WEDNESDAY AHEAD OF A VIGOROUS STORM SYSTEM. A WARM FRONT WILL ARRIVE WITH DRIZZLE/LIGHT RAIN THURSDAY MORNING, FOLLOWED A COLD FRONT THAT WILL CREATE MODERATE GALE- FORCE TO FRESH GALE-FORCE WITH GUST NEAR 55 MPH SOUTHERLY WINDS AND MODERATE TO HEAVY RAIN ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. AN UPPER- LEVEL LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL FOLLOW ON FRIDAY AND WILL CONTINUE TO PRODUCE RAIN SHOWERS ON FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY MORNING. TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE FORECAST TO RANGE BETWEEN .50 AND 2.00 INCHES THROUGHOUT THE CENTRAL COAST. AT THIS TIME, A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WILL DEVELOP OVER THE CENTRAL COAST ON SUNDAY INTO NEXT TUESDAY AND WILL PRODUCE GUSTY SANTA LUCIA WINDS AND DRY CONDITIONS. ANOTHER LOW- PRESSURE SYSTEM MAY PRODUCE INCREASING SOUTHERLY WINDS AND RAIN NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. AND JESSICA VO IS HERE TO TELL US WHAT’S AHEAD IN SPORTS. COMING UP IN SPORTS: RESULTS

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