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Don’t be fooled by this summer weather: Storms are on the way

A fiery sunset decorates the skies over the Pismo Pier in the midst of several days of unseasonably warm weather, which drew big crowds to local beaches over the weekend.
A fiery sunset decorates the skies over the Pismo Pier in the midst of several days of unseasonably warm weather, which drew big crowds to local beaches over the weekend. dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

After San Luis Obispo County’s brief summer preview over the last several days, the weather pattern will transition back to more normal March conditions, as the high-pressure system responsible for the heat breaks down, according to PG&E meteorologist John Lindsey.

By the weekend, lower temperatures, clouds and fog will return with a chance of rain, which is expected to begin Monday night as the first in a series of storms moves into the area.

An ominously tilting tree falls on a car at the front of a caravan of vehicles heading through Morro Bay Golf Course on February 17, 2017, during a strong wind and rain storm that also caused damage at Morro Bay State Park. Giancarlo Cucumo of Cay

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