Early clouds this morning gave way to some sun and breeze in the afternoon and there won’t be much change on Saturday. Northern SLO county will cool to the mid-70s while beaches and coastal valleys will be in the 60s to low 70s.
An upper low-pressure system will track thru the Central Coast on Sunday into Monday with increasing clouds, rain and a chance of thunderstorms. At this time, rain showers should start Sunday morning and continue through Monday morning. Total rainfall amounts are expected to range between 0.10 and 0.33 of an inch.
The low-pressure system will rotate off to the east on Tuesday, leaving behind partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures.
#Beonksby….This mornings east Templeton sky @ 8:10 am…From up on hill off of Hwy 41 E. Templeton..
High pressure will rebuild behind this system and will produce warmer weather on Wednesday into Thursday.
Another late-season low-pressure system will produce increasing southerly winds and mid to high-level clouds with a chance of rain showers later on Thursday into next Friday. The details with this storm are still unclear, and confidence remains low at this time.