Friday will be mild and feel like fall with low to mid 60s highs on the coastal coast and inland valleys. The beaches will range from the high 50s to the low 60s. I think we see partly cloudy skies as well, so the filtered sun will keep temps from going too far.
Offshore winds are forecast on Saturday and Sunday morning. This is because a high pressure system will be over the four-corners region while a low pressure system os off the coast setting up the offshore flow. It'll cause clear skies and warmer temperatures on Saturday into Sunday morning. In fact, the temperatures will rise to the low to mid 70s throughout the Central Coast. Should be said the overnight lows will be quite cold due to the clear skies inland.
Increasing northwesterly winds and clouds will develop Sunday afternoon into Monday. In fact, strong (15-30mph) northwesterly winds are forecast Monday and Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Models indicate a wet Thanksgiving throughout California (the EURO and American GFS). The Climate Prediction Center came out with new 6-10 day outlooks today which indicated cold and wet weather is the general outlook for all of California and the SW. You can see imagesof those outlooks on my socal media (www.facebook.com/TVDaveHovde/).