The trend continues Wednesday morning for the Central Coast with low clouds and fog.
Those low clouds will sock in most of the coastline Wednesday and seep into the coastal valleys. While the coastal valleys will clear by late morning, much of the marine layer along the coastline could linger for the morning and well into the afternoon.
The marine layer will influence daytime highs for the beaches, which will range from the upper 50s to low 60s. Pushing further inland to the coastal valleys, expect temperatures to reach the low 70s for most of the area, but the inland valleys still have the potential for daytime highs to get close to the low 80s.
Winds are mild once again and won’t deviate much from the five to 15 mile per hour range that has been clocked over the last couple of days. The mild conditions won’t last for long, as winds will increase by Thursday and carry over into Friday and possibly warrant a wind advisory. Also on Friday, as a trough of low pressure moves through the area, more clearing could be possible for areas north of Point Conception.