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Breezy conditions and clear skies Monday

Posted at 5:16 AM, Feb 18, 2019
and last updated 2019-02-18 10:03:15-05

After a weekend of scattered rain showers, the Central Coast will be dry for the next two days before a cold front system moves in over the area Wednesday.

Before it gets here, expect 15-30 mile per hour northeasterly winds throughout the day and cooler daytime highs. Some of the interior portions, such as Cuyama, will likely stay close to the mid to upper 40s Monday. The foothills and valleys will continue to remain under a winter weather advisory through 9:00 a.m. as snow continues to fall, which could make for slick roads and reduced visibility while driving. For those wanting to check out the snow locally, California Valley, Cuyama, and Frazier Park could receive light snowfall through the early morning hours. Otherwise, for most areas across the Central Coast, daytime highs will range from the low to upper 50s. With the winds picking up and the cooler overnight lows in the 30s, the wind chill will be a factor in the overnight hours.

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Back at the coast, a high surf advisory will remain in effect through 4:00 p.m. as surf could range from 9-13 feet. High tide is expected around 8:20 a.m. Monday and could cause minor coastal flooding.

A cold front will swing through the area Wednesday and bring some light scattered showers to the area through Thursday. This system doesn’t look to pack much of a punch as rainfall totals are expected to stay below .25’’. However, more snow is in the forecast with this system and we could likely see it on some of the local mountains and elevations at 2,000 feet.