Saturday looks warm before cooler cooling into next week

Posted at 4:00 PM, Apr 13, 2018

Some high pressure has set up for a short stay here on the Central Coast.  Offshore winds in the night and morning hours will produce clear skies and a lot of temps in the 80s Saturday, beaches will be in the 70s for a very nice start to the weekend.

Sunday looks cooler with NW winds returning, in fact, a bit of a 15-25mph breeze will pull temps down by as much as 10 degrees near the coast.

A low-pressure system will sling a cold front thru the area Monday with .10-.25" of rain possible with strong NW winds 15-30mph with some higher gusts.  It is a cool system, parts of the Sierra will get significant snow again.

NW winds stay with us on Tuesday and Wednesday with temps in the 60s.  There is another front and a chance of rain Thursday before winds calm and turn offshore heading into next weekend.