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Wet End To March

March 15,2017-

After super-wet December through February, California has been drying out, and heating up in March now through mid-month. But that is about to change with storms looking to return starting around March 21 through March 27. Here is a NOAA snapshot forecast for March 22 the should offer good rain all along the Central Coast with most of the state cooling off and getting wet. San Luis Obispo on Monday hit a high of 89 degrees, tying the daily record set in 2010 says forecaster John Lindsey. Mountain warmth too – It is 70 degrees today at Shaver Lake. But the NWS says to expect a return to heavy snows into Sierra again.(click to enlarge map)

 

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