Oct 18, 2012 10:19 PM by Dave Hovde

Onshore winds strengthen and temps fall (rain next week)

Interesting weather changes continue for the Central Coast, after starting the week with record highs the temps finally backed off a bit Thursday and more cooling is expected as low clouds develop into Friday morning. Highs Friday will be ine 60s and 70s for the coast and lower 80s in interior valleys.

The leftovers from former hurricane Paul continue to brush the area with some SE winds and clouds (especially for southern areas) and higher humidities. This is a temporary feature as a developing trough from the Pacific NW will drop into the area into the weekend for increasing NW winds and cooler temps and the return of the marine layer as well.

Weekend temperatures look similar from Friday into Saturday however Sunday will see the coast drop into the 60s and interior valleys fall into the 70s for highs.

Tuesday and Wednesday a stronger low pressure system will drop through the trough and bring heavy rain to the Pacific NW and showers to the Central Coast when the associated cold front passes through.



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