Except for this upcoming Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, there is a chance of rain every day through early March as low pressure remains along the West Coast, Weather Watch columnist John Lindsey writes.
Motorists were warned to avoid the PCH and surrounding roads within the Woolsey fire burn area, after heavy rainfall on Feb. 2, 2019 triggered rock slides. Southern California experienced heavy rainfall on Saturday.
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Aviation Unit conducted a swift water rescue in Yucca Valley, California, on Saturday night, February 2, 2019, after an elderly man was discovered trapped in a car stuck in floodwaters.
Locations throughout San Luis Obispo and northern Santa Barbara counties have received above-normal rainfall totals for this time of the year, writes Weather Watch columnist John Lindsey. Will it stay that way?
San Luis Obispo County, California, will see a series of rain storms, high wind and extremely high tides in the coming days, meteorologist John Lindsey writes. There’ll also be the super wold blood moon.
Atmospheric or oceanographic shifts across the globe may be responsible for the change in weather on the Central Coast of California, from dry to rain storms overnight, explains meteorologist John Lindsey.
A late December/early January dry spell in San Luis Obispo County, California, could produce foggy and cold conditions in the North County and San Joaquin Valley, writes Weather Watch columnist John Lindsey.
“King tides” are coming to the Central Coast of California this week, and paired with warmer ocean water temperatures and lower atmospheric pressure, they could be even bigger than forecast, says John Lindsey.
The winter solstice in San Luis Obispo, California, arrives Dec. 21, 2018, as the Cold Moon appears the next morning to signify the shortest day of the year, writes Weather Watch columnist John Lindsey.
Weather Watch columnist John Lindsey visited Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory last week, where he learned about the impacts of “nuisance flooding,” which could threaten California as climate change causes higher tides.
Weather Watch columnist John Lindsey has experience deploying weather buoys that are used to measure ocean temperature. In places like Greenland, where glaciers are quickly melting, they’re used to track ocean rise.
Persistent offshore winds in San Luis Obispo County during the early part of November has resulted in above-average high temperatures and dry air, resulting in high fire danger, writes Weather Watch columnist John Lindsey.
Large swells that will start pummeling the California Central Coast in the fall and winter months will break loose and wash to shore shark egg pouches, or “mermaid purses,” writes Weather Watch columnist John Lindsey.