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57° F
14° C
Clear
Salinas
  • Feels Like: 57° F 14° C
  • Wind: 0 mph 0 kph at North
  • Humidity: 87%
  • Dew point: 53° F 12° C
  • Barometer: 30 inches millibars and steady
  • Sunrise: 7:22 AM PDT
  • Sunset: 6:18 PM PDT
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Forecast

Friday
Partly Cloudy
75°F
55°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on October 24, 2014
Saturday
Chance of Rain
70°F
53°F
Chance of Rain
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on October 25, 2014
Sunday
Partly Cloudy
67°F
48°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on October 26, 2014
Monday
Clear
68°F
49°F
Clear
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on October 27, 2014
Tuesday
Clear
71°F
53°F
Clear
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on October 28, 2014
Wednesday
Partly Cloudy
75°F
54°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on October 29, 2014
Thursday
Clear
76°F
°F
Clear
Updated at 5:00 PM PDT on October 30, 2014

Weather Forecast

Warming through Friday with a chance of rain Saturday

A weather front is remaining stationary over Northern California. High pressure over the Desert Southwest and the rest of California is also holding strong. Skies were mostly clear today and temperatures warmed up nicely. Highs today ranged from the upper 60s to mid 70s near the coast to the mid 70s to lower 80s farther inland. Overnight some high clouds will continue to spread over the Central Coast and some low clouds will develop at the coast later tonight. Overnight lows will be in the upper 40s to mid 50s.

A deep upper trough in the Gulf of Alaska will continue through tomorrow and there will be little change in temperatures with lots of sunshine. A storm system about 1000 miles west of Northern California this evening will move east and then turn northeast around the Upper Trough on Friday. A Cold front will move south on Saturday. The Front will move into Northern California Friday night and then into the San Francisco Bay area by in the morning and into the Central Coast Saturday afternoon. The system will bring a few showers to the Central Coast, especially in the north, but weaken as it moves through. Not a lot of precipitation is expected.

The front moves southeast Saturday night and Skies will clear on Sunday. Then high pressure builds in over the Eastern Pacific and temperatures again will be on the rise. It appears Dry weather will continue most of the week, but some clouds by the end of the week.

The Outlook for the Central Coast for October 29th to November 6th calls for Near to Above Normal Temperatures and Near or Above Normal Precipitation.

Updated by Meteorologist Norm Hoffmann on Thursday at 5:15 p.m.

Weather Slideshows

  • Arthur weakens to tropical storm

    Hurricane Arthur landfall

    CNN

    Hurricane Arthur made landfall in North Carolina late on July 3, but it did not dawdle over the coastline to vandalize neighborhoods for long. By Friday morning, it had weakened to a Category 1 and was downgraded to a tropical storm on Saturday.

 
There are currently no severe weather alerts.
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Weather Almanac

Normal High:72°
Normal Low:48°
Record High: 99° in 1965
Record Low: 35° in 1975
Sunrise:7:22 am
Sunset:6:18 pm
Moonrise:8:05 am
Moonset:7:03 pm