North Coast winds were howling on April 25 and 26, but few problems were reported to emergency crews. On Tuesday, a Pineknolls Drive sign was left dangling from one of the two lines that normally secure it over Main Street until Cal Fire and county road workers could remove it. Cambria Fire crews handled a call about a downed tree at Avon Avenue and Wales Road. Meanwhile, however, trees, flags and people were being buffeted by gusts that, at times, reportedly came close to 50 mph.
North Coast winds were howling on April 25 and 26, but few problems were reported to emergency crews. On Tuesday, a Pineknolls Drive sign was left dangling from one of the two lines that normally secure it over Main Street until Cal Fire and county road workers could remove it. Cambria Fire crews handled a call about a downed tree at Avon Avenue and Wales Road. Meanwhile, however, trees, flags and people were being buffeted by gusts that, at times, reportedly came close to 50 mph. Stephen H. Provost sprovost@thetribunenews.com
North Coast winds were howling on April 25 and 26, but few problems were reported to emergency crews. On Tuesday, a Pineknolls Drive sign was left dangling from one of the two lines that normally secure it over Main Street until Cal Fire and county road workers could remove it. Cambria Fire crews handled a call about a downed tree at Avon Avenue and Wales Road. Meanwhile, however, trees, flags and people were being buffeted by gusts that, at times, reportedly came close to 50 mph. Stephen H. Provost sprovost@thetribunenews.com