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Alan Rose
Chief Meteorologist at KEYT NewsChannel 3 & KKFX FOX 11. AMS Seal of Approval. Golden Mike Award Winner. Avid skier. Theme park lover. Alabama graduate.
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Alan Rose 2h
The rain just keeps coming! At this rate, May could be wetter than several of our rainy season months this past year.
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Alan Rose May 15
What a gorgeous picture of a pretty shell on the beach near Refugio Point! Thanks to Stephan Figge for sharing with me on my Facebook page.
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Alan Rose May 15
All day and all night Dave! Have you seen you :)
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Alan Rose May 15
Thanks so much! Can I credit you with a name on TV, or would you prefer your Twitter handle? FYI, I'll show one of your pics tonight at 10 pm on FOX 11 News.
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Alan Rose May 15
Pockets of steady light rain have arrived in northern County this evening. Rocky Butte, located just east of San Simeon, has already seen near 0.25" of rain.
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Alan Rose May 15
Some areas already saw a wet morning, and the storm isn't even here yet! Gray skies this afternoon will turn to evening showers, with the main part of the storm still set to arrive during the overnight hours.
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Alan Rose May 14
Rainfall amounts have been *bumped up* on tonight's latest model run. Most of the model consensus favors between 0.25" & 0.75" in the lower elevations, with up to 1-2" in the mountains.
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Alan Rose May 14
Cachuma Lake basking in the sun this evening, with some sun in as well. Starting tomorrow night, our forecast goes from to wet and unsettled as a series of winter-like storms will impact us over the next seven days.
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Alan Rose May 14
A strong mid-latitude cyclone for this time of the year will bring rain to tomorrow, with showers increasing locally tomorrow night into Thursday morning. I'll have your full forecast in less than 10 minutes on NewsChannel 3 at 5 pm.
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Alan Rose May 14
Expect a cool day on the links tomorrow in . While there won't be much sunshine, the rain should at least hold until late tomorrow night or very early Thursday morning.
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Alan Rose May 14
Replying to @FlexibleFlier
I agree. Dewpoint temps are up and the RH is increasing out ahead of tomorrow night's storm.
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Alan Rose May 14
It's been another cool and cloudy day from southward into and . Current temps resemble the pattern, with 60s & 70s in most areas.
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Alan Rose May 13
Our next storm looks to arrive in the South Coast very early Thursday morning. In addition to the rain, the longer red arrows on this map will mean strong southerly wind out ahead of the main cold front.
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Alan Rose May 13
Is it me, or do we see a striking resemblance between you and Robert Kardashian? My colleague and I freaked out over this, and just had to share it with you.
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Alan Rose May 13
Unfortunately, the sun won't be out early this evening, but I'm sure that you'll still have a blast at at the !
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Alan Rose May 13
Our forecast on Tuesday will be a lot like what we saw today, dominated by the . However, a storm over the Pacific Northwest will swing into our area on Wednesday, with rain and wind likely Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
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Alan Rose May 13
The has kept a firm grip on the South Coast today, resulting in a cool and cloudy start to the week in . Find out when we'll see some sunshine this week, and when we'll see rain again, starting at 5 pm.
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Alejandro Veloz May 11
With some cool steaming streets after the quick weather change too!
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Alan Rose May 11
For sure! Hearing thunder around the South Coast for the past hour hour to hour.
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Alan Rose May 10
If your plans take you to the beach, you might need a jacket, especially along the County coast. Morning marine layer clouds should clear to sunshine for the afternoon hours.
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