Crews detonate 100 pounds of explosives, chemicals found at Hollister home

Crews are still on scene Tuesday at a home in Hollister that prompted a hazmat evacuation Monday night. Officers with the FBI also also are on scene Tuesday morning along with members of the Monterey County Sheriff's Office and the San Benito County District Attorney's Office.

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55° F
13° C
Scattered Clouds
Salinas
  • Feels Like: 55° F 13° C
  • Wind: 0 mph 0 kph at North
  • Humidity: 88%
  • Dew point: 52° F 11° C
  • Barometer: 29 inches millibars and falling
  • Sunrise: 6:50 AM PDT
  • Sunset: 7:10 PM PDT
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Forecast

Wednesday
Partly Cloudy
72°F
59°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 17, 2014
Thursday
Chance of Rain
72°F
58°F
Chance of Rain
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 18, 2014
Friday
Partly Cloudy
70°F
58°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 19, 2014
Saturday
Partly Cloudy
72°F
58°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 20, 2014
Sunday
Partly Cloudy
72°F
58°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 21, 2014
Monday
Partly Cloudy
74°F
58°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 22, 2014
Tuesday
Partly Cloudy
76°F
°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 5:00 PM PDT on September 23, 2014

Weather Forecast

Cooler, wetter? weather on the way...

Clear skies today sent temperatures up again. with little fog at the coast it was one of those "Chamber of Commerce Days" around the Central Coast. Lots of sunshine with highs were in the 70s to low 80s near the coast to the mid 80s and 90s well inland. Mostly clear skies overnight with some patchy coastal clouds by early morning. Overnight lows will be mostly in the 50s. 

A weather system about about 600 miles west of the Central Coast will turn northeast on Wednesday. The upper trough associated with this system will move slowly east and be just offshore California on Wednesday evening. The cold front will move through the Central Coast Thursday morning and could bring a few showers along the coast and in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

The storm system will move inland on Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night. Still clouds will continue over the area and it will be until Thursday that the upper trough moves inland. Skies begin to clear on Thursday and an upper ridge begins to build over the Eastern Pacific on Friday into the Weekend.

An upper low cuts off over Central And Southern California into the Weekend. It appears it will be south of us and we could see some warming at the coast with some easterly winds. The upper low will move inland on Monday and then a warming trend into the middle of next week.

The Outlook for the Central Coast for September 22nd through September 30th calls for Above Normal Temperatures and Near Normal Precipitation...which is little or none this time of year.

Updated by Meteorologist Norm Hoffmann on Tuesday at 4:45 p.m.

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    Hurricane Arthur landfall

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    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.

 
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Weather Almanac

Normal High:74°
Normal Low:54°
Record High: 97° in 1935
Record Low: 43° in 1961
Sunrise:6:50 am
Sunset:7:10 pm
Moonrise:1:01 am
Moonset:3:18 pm
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