After a quick rain event Sunday, the Central Coast is waking up to partly cloudy skies and damp conditions.
Heading into the afternoon hours, daytime highs won’t warm up too much. The coastal valleys and beaches will be around the low to mid-60s, while the interior valleys will be closer to the upper 50s.
Winds will play a factor in Monday’s forecast, especially in Santa Barbara County. The south coast and mountains are under a wind advisory through 10 a.m. Tuesday. Within that timeframe, winds will likely stay within 20-30 miles per hour, with gusts between 45 and 50 mph.
A beach hazards statement will also remain in effect for Central Coast beaches through Tuesday morning. Elevated surf will be between 6 and 9 feet with high tides between 6 ½ and 7 ft. between 9 and 10 a.m. Monday and Tuesday.
Temperatures are cooler to kick-off the week, but they will start to warm up by Wednesday. The 7-day forecast is showing daytime in the 70s by the start of the weekend.
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