Offshore flow is bringing clear skies and warmer temperatures to the Central Coast through Tuesday.
Temperatures for the interior and coastal valleys are getting back into the low to mid-70s and the beaches will be right around the upper 60s. Models indicate there will be little to no cloud cover throughout Monday, but Tuesday shows signs of increasing clouds.
Tuesday will be somewhat of a transitional day ahead of rain that is expected to last Wednesday through Thursday. A cold front will reach the Central Coast Wednesday and will bring windy conditions and consistent rainfall through Thursday night. It could bring anywhere from 0.5”-2” of rain within that time period and be heavier across the foothills of San Luis Obispo County with a chance of thunderstorms.