A Catalina Eddy is forecast to develop Sunday into Tuesday, which will produce decreasing northwesterly winds and cause the marine layer to deepen and move further inland during the night and morning hours with pockets of fog and drizzle throughout the coastal regions of San Luis Obispo and northern Santa Barbara counties.
A Catalina Eddy is forecast to develop Sunday into Tuesday, which will produce decreasing northwesterly winds and cause the marine layer to deepen and move further inland during the night and morning hours with pockets of fog and drizzle throughout the coastal regions of San Luis Obispo and northern Santa Barbara counties. John Lindsey Special to The Tribune
A Catalina Eddy is forecast to develop Sunday into Tuesday, which will produce decreasing northwesterly winds and cause the marine layer to deepen and move further inland during the night and morning hours with pockets of fog and drizzle throughout the coastal regions of San Luis Obispo and northern Santa Barbara counties. John Lindsey Special to The Tribune

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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 .