A ridge that has been sitting over California for the last two days is moving east and onshore flow is developing right behind it. This will bring increasing cloud cover to the area and slightly cooler daytime highs.
Temperatures for the coastal valleys and beaches will be around the mid to upper 60s, while the interior valleys will be closer to the low to mid-60s. Ten to 20 mile per hour northeasterly winds will continue throughout the morning hours before shifting out of the northwest and increasing to a range of 20-30 mph by the afternoon.
A trough will develop over the area early next week and the Central Coast could see impacts from it late Monday night. Light, scattered showers will develop throughout Christmas morning, but rainfall totals will still be on the lighter side and below 0.5”.