Dry weather run continues into next week

Posted at 4:55 PM, Dec 11, 2019

Not much change in this forecast since yesterday: more dense ground fog will re-develop during the overnight in the wind-sheltered valleys.

At the coast: Offshore winds in the night and morning will shift out of the northwest and pick up to 10-20mph in the afternoon each day to Friday.

High-level clouds will continue to steam over the area filtering the sunshine and leading to some pretty sunrises and sunsets.

Today's high temperatures will reach the low to mid 60s throughout the Central Coast. Temperatures will continue to gradually climb to the low 70s on Thursday and Friday.

A low pressure system this weekend will pick up northwesterly winds along the coastline, with partly to mostly cloudy skies. A stray shower is possible but not probable. The bigger impact will be wind: breezy NW winds Saturday but Sunday 15-30mph northwesterly winds and clearing skies develop.

Winds turn offshore Monday.

A twist in the modeling today is that next Wednesday we could see a few showers from a cold front, nothing huge but it could end the dry weather run.