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Mostly cloudy skies Friday          

Posted at 5:04 AM, Dec 14, 2018

The cloudy conditions are returning Friday and bringing the potential for very light rainfall along the North Coast. Weather models indicate a light sprinkle could fall from Morro Bay through San Simeon between nine and noon, however, it will not produce much of anything and looks like it will stay close to the coastline.

After a day of warmer daytime highs Thursday, temperatures are cooling down once again. The Coastal valleys and beaches will mostly be in the mid to upper 60s range, while the interior valleys are going to be close to the mid-50s to low 60s.

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Winds will stay calm through the morning before increasing by the afternoon to a 15-20 mile per hour range.

Saturday will bring more sunshine and mostly clear skies before another cold front sweeps over the area Sunday. Rain is still in the forecast Sunday night through Monday morning. The American Model suggests rainfall totals won’t go beyond 0.5’’ for most areas, but the European Model is a little bit more generous with 1’’ rainfall totals possible.