Posted: Feb 18, 2013 6:10 AM by Connie Tran, KSBY News
A chilly start to the President's Day Monday, with temperatures expected to climb into the high 50s for most of the Central Coast. It's definitely going to be colder everywhere, as compared to the sunny and warm weekend that just passed.
A series of low pressure systems will bring possible rain late Monday into early Tuesday. It should be fairly light, with amounts generally around .25", with .50-1.00" possible over the favored hills.
Along with the chance of rain, breezy winds will pick up along the Central Coast, especially over the coasts and interior areas. Expect winds to pick up 15-20 mph, with gusts at 35 mph.
Conditions are expected remain cold for the rest of the week, with temperatures climbing into the low 60s as we move into the weekend.
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