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Current Conditions [Auto-updates every 5 minutes]

Updated: 7:30pm on 2/6/16

(location)

Currently:
55.9

Clear
Clear

High: 70.6 
(12:57pm) 
Low: 53.4 
(7:58am)
 5 Day Forecast
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71 74 68 66 66
48 50 48 49 49

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Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 71 62 76
(2011)
Low 48 41 29
(2003)

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Sunrise:  
7:04am
Moonrise: 
5:25am

Moon Phase:
7%

Sunset: 
5:36pm
Moonset:  
4:00pm

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Weather Advisories (click for details)
 
  Santa Cruz Mountains:
  No Warning

  Monterey:
  Warning Description: Beach Hazard Statement

 San Francisco:
  Warning Description: Beach Hazard Statement
 

Current Conditions

 Temperature 55.9
 Temperature  Rate: -2.18/hr
 Wind Speed: 3 mph from the NE
 Wind Gust: 5 mph
 Today's High Wind: 16  mph  (5:55pm)
 Humidity: 64%
 Humidity Rate: 10.8 %/hr
 Pressure: 1024.97 mb (Rising) 
 Pressure Rate: 0.235 mb/hr
 Dew Point: 43.9
 Wind Chill: 55.9
 Heat Index (feels like): 58.2
 Comfort Level: Cool
 Rainfall Rate: 0.000 in/hr
Rainfall Totals  (rain season starts July 1)
 Hourly Rain

0.00

 in
 Daily Rain: 0.00  in
 24 Hr Rain: 0.00  in
 Monthly Rain: 0.12  in
 Normal Rain, month to date: 0.18  in
 Season Rain, 2015-2016 26.80  in
 Season Rain, 2014-2015 33.82  in
 Season Rain, 2013-2014 20.78  in
 Season Rain, 2012-2013 35.54  in
 Season Rain, 2011-2012 36.27  in
 Season Rain, 2010-2011 62.55  in
 Season Rain, 2009-2010 52.21  in
 Season Rain, 2008-2009 40.54  in
 Season Rain, 2007-2008 39.34  in
 Season Rain, 2006-2007 26.46  in
 Season Rain, 2005-2006 35.90  in
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Partly cloudy with little temperature change
 

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Santa Cruz Mountains

No Warnings

 

Monterey

Warning Description: Beach Hazard Statement

Warning Date: 1:54 PM PST on February 6, 2016

WarningSum:...Beach Hazards Statement Remains In Effect Through Sunday
Afternoon...

Warning Message:* waves...westerly swell of 7 to 10 feet with a period of 12 to
  14 seconds. Offshore winds will promote large shore breaks.
* Timing...through Sunday afternoon.
* Location...coastline from Sonoma County south through Monterey 
  County. In particular west facing beaches...including but not 
  limited to...Ocean Beach...Montara State Beach...Halfmoon Bay 
  state beach...Manresa State Beach and Marina state beach 
* potential impacts...increased likelihood for rip currents and 
  possibly large shore break as a moderate period westerly swell 
  continues to impact in the area. 
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A beach hazard statement for rip currents means that conditions
are present to support a heightened risk of strong rip currents.
Rip currents are typically more frequent and stronger in the
vicinity of jetties...inlets...and piers. Swimmers caught in a
rip current should swim parallel to the coast to escape the rip
current before trying to swim for shore. Swimmers should always
swim near a lifeguard.
Visitors checking out area beaches may be unfamiliar with the
power of the Pacific. It is dangerous to turn your back to the
waters... please always keep an eye on the sea while visiting the
beach.
        

San Francisco

Warning Description: Beach Hazard Statement

Warning Date: 1:54 PM PST on February 6, 2016

WarningSum:...Beach Hazards Statement Remains In Effect Through Sunday
Afternoon...

Warning Message:* waves...westerly swell of 7 to 10 feet with a period of 12 to
  14 seconds. Offshore winds will promote large shore breaks.
* Timing...through Sunday afternoon.
* Location...coastline from Sonoma County south through Monterey 
  County. In particular west facing beaches...including but not 
  limited to...Ocean Beach...Montara State Beach...Halfmoon Bay 
  state beach...Manresa State Beach and Marina state beach 
* potential impacts...increased likelihood for rip currents and 
  possibly large shore break as a moderate period westerly swell 
  continues to impact in the area. 
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A beach hazard statement for rip currents means that conditions
are present to support a heightened risk of strong rip currents.
Rip currents are typically more frequent and stronger in the
vicinity of jetties...inlets...and piers. Swimmers caught in a
rip current should swim parallel to the coast to escape the rip
current before trying to swim for shore. Swimmers should always
swim near a lifeguard.
Visitors checking out area beaches may be unfamiliar with the
power of the Pacific. It is dangerous to turn your back to the
waters... please always keep an eye on the sea while visiting the
beach.
        

 

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