A weakening cold front will decrease daytime highs and bring showers late Wednesday night.
While models show a trough low pressure could bring some heavy rain potential late Wednesday and overnight for the Central Coast, for the most part, this will be a light system with rain potential being between .10’’ and .25’’. Plus, there’s potential for thunderstorms with this system which could result in heavier rainfall, hail and gusty conditions.
Wednesday’s daytime highs will be mild and mostly around seasonal averages. Mid to upper 60s are in the forecast for the beaches, low 60s for the coastal valleys and upper 60s to low 70s for the inland valleys. There will be a breeze throughout most of the day with northerly winds ranging from 10-20 miles per hour with potential for gusts to be between 20 and 30 mph.