A cold centered low will move over California between now and late Tuesday bringing more rain showers and low snow levels. Snow levels should drop from the current 4500ft to around 2000ft by late Tuesday PM. A winter weather advisory has been posted for the SLO and SB county higher terrain. 3-6″ of snow with isolated amounts to 8″ could happen at higher elevations.
Outside of the snow potential rainfall should be on the lighter side from .10-1″ potential.
Breezy SW winds in the interior have also prompted a wind advisory.
Temperatures in the lower 50s for the coast Tuesday with upper 40s inland.
We will warm back into the mid-50s later this week. There is another rain chance Friday before a dry but cool weekend.