The Central Coast still is stuck in the cold unstable air in a trough still lingering over California.
There is still enough energy to produce a few showers, looks like a few morning showers are possible with an afternoon series of showers possible at higher elevations of the Temblor Range.
That said, I don't think everyone will see showers and those who get showers likely won't see much. Other than that potential, I see Tuesday as a partly cloudy and breezy day.
We'll warm a little Wednesday and Thursday and some higher winds could produce some wind advisories around mid-week in Santa Barbara county's high country.
Models are showing some coastal marine layer Friday but warmer over the weekend into early next week.