An upper-level low-pressure system currently over California will produce increasing clouds and rain showers with a chance of thunderstorms into Wednesday morning.
Total rainfall amounts will range wildly from some folks not seeing any rain to other locations where up to .75" is possible.
On and off activity will possible with additional bands of convective rain showers are possible into Thursday.
High pressure will build in behind this system, with temperatures warming Friday into the weekend.
70s and even some temps near 80 is possible. Models show a system developing off the northern California coastline potentially bringing a chance of rain back to the Central Coast late next week.