Countless cold fronts have washed out over San Luis Obispo County this year, leaving behind cirrus clouds composed of fibrous webs of ice crystals that have gently curved or straight filaments, but little rain. This photo was taken at the Point San Luis Lighthouse on Wednesday when a weak cold front washed out.
Countless cold fronts have washed out over San Luis Obispo County this year, leaving behind cirrus clouds composed of fibrous webs of ice crystals that have gently curved or straight filaments, but little rain. This photo was taken at the Point San Luis Lighthouse on Wednesday when a weak cold front washed out.
Countless cold fronts have washed out over San Luis Obispo County this year, leaving behind cirrus clouds composed of fibrous webs of ice crystals that have gently curved or straight filaments, but little rain. This photo was taken at the Point San Luis Lighthouse on Wednesday when a weak cold front washed out.

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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 .