The Central Coast will again have another foggy morning all before conditions clear up following the morning commute. As winds increase, most of the clouds and fog should start to clear out of the area to bring ample sunshine from the coast to the interior valleys.
Daytime highs will be a few degrees cooler Wednesday. Temperatures for the interior valleys will be near the mid to upper 80s, while the coastal valleys will sit fairly close to the low to mid-70s. At the coast, temperatures will continue to be mild and range from the mid to upper 60s.
A wind advisory was over Santa Barbara County’s south coast region through 4:00 a.m. Wednesday but has since expired. Regardless, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties will continue to have breezy conditions through most of the day. Northwesterly winds will generally be from 10-20 miles per hour with potential for wind gusts to reach 25 mph, with the exception of the Santa Ynez Mountains and south coast regions, which could both be back under an advisory later Wednesday night.
As for the firework shows Thursday, weather models are indicating cloud cover will hang over the beaches along the Central Coast right around 9:00 p.m., however, the coastline in Santa Barbara County looks to be fairly clear as of right now.