The Central Coast will see continue to see a stretch of fair and dry weather through Wednesday. There will be pockets of the marine layer making more influence along the coastline in the overnight hours.
Monday through Tuesday, temperatures reach the high 60s to low 70s with partly cloudy skies.
Little bit of magic this morning in Paso 💜#beonksby
By Thursday, low pressure moves towards the Central Coast with increasing winds, clouds, and rain. Total rainfall amounts are expected to range between 0.50 and 0.75 of an inch.
Preliminary Rainfall Totals for Wed eve thru Thu eve storm. Highest rainfall totals should be across L.A. County . A more significant storm system expected Fri/Sat. People in recent burn areas should start to monitor upcoming rain pattern thru early next week. #LArain #CAwx pic.twitter.com/OJEvlapFXi
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) January 28, 2019
Friday afternoon into Saturday morning, a fast-moving cold front will kick things up a notch. Winds may reach 30 to 45 mph with heavy rain. Total rainfall amounts for the late-week storm are expected to range between two and three inches.
A vigorous cold front may produce moderate gale-force to fresh gale-force (32 to 46 mph) southerly winds & heavy rain. Saturated soils combined with these winds may cause trees to topple over Friday into Saturday. Please visit https://t.co/V0IHbHNi1k for storm preparedness tips. pic.twitter.com/lt7mhOoAe2
— John Lindsey (@PGE_John) January 28, 2019
Continuing the wet pattern through February, more southerly winds paired with rain showers will make another appearance Sunday into next Monday.