Local Radar

Current Conditions

69° F
21° C
Partly Cloudy
Salinas
  • Feels Like: 69° F 21° C
  • Wind: 9 mph 15 kph at WNW
  • Humidity: 65%
  • Dew point: 57° F 14° C
  • Barometer: 29 inches millibars and falling
  • Sunrise: 6:38 AM PDT
  • Sunset: 7:33 PM PDT
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Forecast

Tuesday
Partly Cloudy
70°F
58°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 02, 2014
Wednesday
Partly Cloudy
70°F
58°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 03, 2014
Thursday
Partly Cloudy
70°F
58°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 04, 2014
Friday
Partly Cloudy
70°F
58°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 05, 2014
Saturday
Partly Cloudy
70°F
58°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 06, 2014
Sunday
Partly Cloudy
72°F
58°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 11:00 PM PDT on September 07, 2014
Monday
Partly Cloudy
70°F
°F
Partly Cloudy
Updated at 5:00 PM PDT on September 08, 2014

Weather Forecast

A warm Labor Day but cooler days ahead

Low clouds and patchy fog this morning but skies cleared quickly as the marine layer compressed to below 1000 feet. High pressure built over California today and temperatures reached into the mid 70s to low 80s near the coast to the mid 80s to the 90s to 100 degrees in Lockwood to 102 degrees in Bradley and The Pinnacles. Low clouds will spread back inland overnight as the Marine Layer deepens a little. Overnight lows will be in the 50s.

The upper ridge will move southeast on Tuesday as a weak upper trough moves into the Pacific Northwest. This will deepen the Marine Layer and some drizzle is possible Tuesday and Wednesday morning. A weak upper trough will develop offshore on Wednesday into Friday. Temperatures will be a little cooler the next couple days, but not change much then into Friday.

A weak ridge will build in over the State over the weekend. Temperatures will be a little warmer but the marine layer will continue near the coast. Cooler weather then is expected the First of Next week. Still no major change in the weather pattern and it still appears that any major precipitation is still a few months away.

The Outlook for the Central Coast for September 7th through September 15th calls for Above Normal Temperatures and Below Normal Precipitation...which is little or none this time of year.

Updated by Meteorologist Norm Hoffmann on Monday at 5:45 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:74°
Normal Low:56°
Record High: 90° in 2008
Record Low: 47° in 1964
Sunrise:6:38 am
Sunset:7:33 pm
Moonrise:2:16 pm
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