Temperatures across the Central Coast will remain in the mid to low 60s throughout the week.
Showers that passed through Monday night into Christmas morning are finished for now but high surf advisories remain in effect with the possibility of 14-foot high surf.
Carpinteria and Goleta are still dealing with a high wind advisory through Wednesday morning.
No real warm up is in sight for the Central Coast as the side effects of a mid-west/central states winter storm takes hold.
Severe weather, heavy rain and flash flooding will be possible across portions of the Southern Plains and Lower Mississippi Valley. Some locally heavy snow is expected for the Rockies…
A significant post-Christmas winter storm is expected to bring heavy snow and strong winds from the central Plains northeast to the upper Great Lakes region.
This will result in hazardous travel conditions over a widespread area with significant impacts to road and air travel. Over 1 foot of snow expected in parts of Nebraska and North Dakota.