Thursday’s weather conditions will be calm compared to the start of the week. Wind advisories and warnings have expired and the Central Coast will have 10 to 15 mile per hour northeasterly winds through early Friday.
As high pressure starts to build over the area, daytime highs will also increase. Thursday’s temperatures will range from the mid to upper 60s, inching closer to the low 70s. By the weekend and through the start of next week, daytime highs are still expected to range from the low to mid-70s.
A high surf advisory is expiring at noon Thursday. Stretching from northern Santa Barbara Counties to San Luis Obispo, the surf could still build from 8-12 feet throughout the morning.
Weather models are showing a chance for light rain by Wednesday of next week. It’s still too early to tell how much rain, but we will have updates on this weather pattern as it gets closer.