Fair skies and dry conditions hang tight through Saturday before a cold front brings rainy conditions in northern San Luis Obispo County on Sunday.
Patchy fog lingered in the interior valleys of northern San Luis Obispo County which helped keep temperatures chilly. The fog will likely return Saturday night into Sunday morning.
Sunday will start off relatively dry and warmer, but cloud cover is expected to increase and lower. A cold front moves toward Southern California which will strengthen southwest winds.
Light rain will likely begin late Sunday night into Monday morning with a chance of the rain stretching to Santa Barbara. Locations north of Santa Barbara will likely be a tenth of an inch or less in most locations. Minimal amounts of snow will fall above 6000 feet.