Cooler temperatures are expected to continue through Wednesday on the Central Coast before a warmup kicks in on Thursday. Saturday should be the warmest day in the immediate forecast, with temps rising to the 70s in most areas.
A surf advisory remains in effect through Tuesday morning in San Luis Obispo County, where surf of 6 to 8 feet is expected on west to northwest facing beaches. Large breaking waves may present an increased risk for swimming and surfers.
High winds are moving through southern California but the only part of our viewing area impacted is southern Santa Barbara County.
Widespread frost is likely for SLO County’s interior valleys in the early morning hours. Freezing conditions in the mid to upper 20s is expected for the Antelope Valley.