Moderate offshore flow will clear most of the cloud cover that has been sitting over the Central Coast since Monday. Northeasterly winds will be a factor throughout most of the day, especially for the coastal valleys and beaches, and range anywhere from 20-30 miles per hour.
Daytime highs will be fairly consistent with Monday’s temperatures. The coastal valleys and beaches will be close to the mid to upper 60s and the interior valleys will be right around the upper 50s to low 60s.
Temperatures will start to heat-up by the end of the week and bring some of the coastal valleys and beaches to the low 70s. A weak cold front that’s expected Friday could bring a some slight rain to Northern San Luis Obispo County with the possibility of more rain on the way Sunday through Monday.
Forecast models are in agreement that the Central Coast will likely see something from the rain system heading in this direction, but it’s a little early to tell just how much.