Stephen Figueira, 20, of San Luis Obispo does a move called the indy grab at the Los Osos skate park on Tuesday afternoon, taking advantage of the clear weather.
Skies are expected to be cloudier today. Another upper-level low will move southward along the California-Nevada border on today, producing increased clouds and cooler temperatures, according to longtime local weather expert John Lindsey, a communications specialist with PG&E.
But don't expect rain today in San Luis Obispo County, he adds. Gusty northeasterly (offshore) winds will develop on Thursday through Friday.
This offshore flow will produce dry conditions with plenty of sunshine on Thursday and Friday with highs back into the 60s again.
Expect unsettled weather over the Presidents Day holiday weekend with northwesterly winds of 32 to 46 mph, Lindsey said.