Offshore flow will bring clear skies and warmer daytime highs to the Central Coast Friday.
The interior valleys will mostly be in the low to mid-80s with plenty of sunshine throughout the afternoon hours. The coastal valleys are also heating up and stay around the upper 70s to low 80s. Even areas along the coastline will be close to the low to mid-70s Friday with mid to high-level cloud coverage along the North Coast.
Moisture from Tropical Storm Sergio could impact areas of the Central Coast Friday. Mid to high-level clouds will start to increase Friday night in Southern Santa Barbara County, which could produce thunderstorms. Models are showing the rain is expected closer to midnight and will carry over through the early morning hours Saturday. Rain totals will vary, but it will likely be less than .25”.
Expect breezy conditions throughout most of the day with winds ranging from 20-25 miles per hour and continuing throughout the weekend.
Temperatures slightly taper off Saturday by a few degrees, however, warmer conditions will still persist.