Temperatures Sunday are cooler than they were Sunday with daytime highs reaching the high 60’s to low 70’s in most locations.
I snagged this shot from Fisherman's beach this morning (1/27/19) just after sunrise, setting up to lead my meetup paddle group (Avila Beach Paddlers) on an outing. #beonksby
Temperatures will gradually lower back to near normal through Wednesday. Monday night into Tuesday, there’s a good chance marine layer clouds will start to develop which could expand into Wednesday morning.
February will likely have a rainy start, with the possibility of seeing the wet pattern continue through much of the month. Wednesday night into Thursday morning there is a slight chance of some drizzle before conditions dry out on Thursday afternoon.
Our next wet weather pattern along the Central Coast could start Thursday and may continue through much of February. If you are trying to get yard work done, remember to drink plenty of water and use sunscreen as temperatures could reach the high 70s under sunny skies. #CaWx pic.twitter.com/AeKnB6M02t
— John Lindsey (@PGE_John) January 25, 2019
Friday into Saturday, low pressure approaches the central coast with a fast-moving cold front that will likely bring some rain to the region. There’s a lot of uncertainty surrounding just how much rain this system could bring, however, some forecasts predict significant rain from this weather system.