Conditions along the coast and in the coastal valleys will remain partly to mostly cloudy Wednesday.
Onshore flow is also keeping temperatures about five to ten degrees below normal for the coastal valleys and beaches, so daytime highs will stay close to the mid to upper 60s. The interior valleys won’t be impacted by this and will instead be a bit warmer with temperatures from the low to mid-70s.
Another chance of rain is expected as early as Thursday night, but it will primarily over the mountains and foothills. More scattered rain activity is in the forecast Friday through Saturday as an upper-level low-pressure system passes over the Central Coast. Any rain with this system will be light. Weather models are indicating that rainfall totals be around 0.15’’ for the coastal valleys and from 0.25’’-0.50’’ for the mountains.