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Foggy and cloudy conditions Wednesday morning

Posted at 5:14 AM, Jan 30, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-30 08:48:36-05

The Central Coast and Santa Ynez Valley will wake up foggy conditions, however, weather models show conditions look to clear up heading into the middle of the morning commute.

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Daytime highs for the area will be slightly cooler today with areas of the coast around the low 60s and the interior portions around the mid to upper 60s. Northwesterly winds will be mild throughout the day Wednesday and range from 15-25 miles per hour.

Looking ahead to Wednesday night, rain is still in the forecast, but it looks like it will touch down around 10:00 p.m. along the north coast before wrapping around the rest of San Luis Obispo County and Santa Barbara County in the overnight hours. This first system could produce rain showers through the early afternoon Thursday and bring the Central Coast .25’’-.75’’ of rain.

A second system is expected later in the afternoon on Friday and will continue throughout most of Saturday. This storm has the potential to bring heavier rainfall totals. In addition to the first storm, another 1.5’’ to 3’’ of rain is a possibility. The rain doesn’t end there. Continued scattered rain showers Sunday and Monday are also in the forecast. This last system could bring .5’’ of rain, but there is still some uncertainty on rainfall totals for the last storm.