Wind throughout Wednesday morning has kept skies clear, allowing overnight lows to drop into the mid 30’s in North County and low 40’s elsewhere.
Maximum temperatures are teaching the mid 60’s through the Central Coast with partly to mostly cloudy skies into the afternoon.
Models have pushed back when rain is expected to hit by a few hours. By early Thursday morning, light showers will bring between 0.10" and .30" of rainfall. Snow levels will lower to about 5,500 feet.
The main impact to come with this system will be the winds and cooler temperatures. We can expect another round of Northwesterly winds to develop Thursday afternoon into Friday along with the cold front.