A temperature inversion layer creates fog along Avila Beach.
A temperature inversion layer creates fog along Avila Beach. John Lindsey Special to The Tribune
A temperature inversion layer creates fog along Avila Beach. John Lindsey Special to The Tribune

SLO’s temperature inversion layer is getting stronger; is greenhouse gas the reason?

November 18, 2017 02:07 PM

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John Lindsey

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John Lindsey writes Weather Watch, a weekly column for The Tribune. He is PG&E's Diablo Canyon meteorologist and media relations representative. Email him at pgeweather@pge.com .