More mostly cloudy skies with patchy sprinkles or light rain expected to continue as a weak low pressure system moves through the area. The chance for intermittent light rain continues through Saturday. Temperatures will begin warming from Saturday into Monday as dry weather returns.
This light shower and sprinkle activity can happen essentially anytime since the atmosphere is pretty loaded but better chance of showers is later Friday into early Saturday.
There is an upper level trough in the area providing just enough lift to get this rather moist airmass to produce drizzle and scattered raindrops across the area. That chance will continue and actually increase as a weak front move thru the area. Yesterday it appeared the boundary would move thru Friday but current modeling is slowing it up a bit which potentially puts showers into Saturday morning.
The RPM computer model is not big on the rain chances into Saturday. I'd say under .25" is a better outlook. I have…
Locally a bit breezy out of the SW inland but near the coast winds are not that strong. To me it looks like rainfall should easily stay under .25″.
No advisories are in place for the system. There could be after the system departs though. Winds will increase and SB county mountains could need wind advisories into Sunday with offshore winds developing.
No rain yet in Shell Beach today, so it made for a beautiful walk along Shell Beach Bluffs! #beonksby
The offshore winds will cause temps to quickly rebound Sunday and Monday into the 70s and potentially the 80s in the area.
Temps look to plummet Tuesday with a trough sweeping the area and marine influence returning.