winter

Angel Russell

The city of San Luis Obispo is clearing a homeless encampment along the Bob Jones Trail. This comes a week after SLOPD found the body of a man inside one of the tents, who they say died from unknown causes weeks earlier.

Downtown SLO

After 44 years, the organization Downtown SLO is canceling the city’s annual holiday parade due to COVID-19 concerns. But the group has some other ideas on keeping the holiday spirit alive.

Wikipedia

California State Parks is preparing for closures along the Big Sur coast in the coming months.

Strong storms could down trees that have been stressed by the drought. Jim Bilz is the department's Monterey Sector Superintendent. He works in the Point Lobos State Natural Reserve.

NOAA

A report released today by the National Climate Prediction Center shows the likelihood of an El Niño developing this fall or winter is dropping.

The most recent data also show diminishing odds of any potential El Niño being strong, which is often associated with extremely wet winters in California.

Thursday's report shows the probability of an El Niño developing at 65 percent, a drop of 15 points from a couple of months ago.