Marine low clouds are sweeping over the Central Coast Friday, staying close to the coastline where it will remain cloudy throughout much of Friday.
Daytime highs at the coast will be slightly cooler and mostly in the mid-60s. Temperatures for the coastal valleys will range from the upper 60s to low 70s, but the interior valleys will still be warm and in the low 80s.
A low-pressure system will develop over the area Saturday, which is going to bring temperatures down by about five to ten degrees. The cloudy conditions will stick around through most of Saturday morning and strong 25-35 mile per hour winds will also develop in the afternoon.
The weather on Easter Sunday will be fair with mostly sunny skies and mild temperatures. Conditions will start to warm up at the start of next week as a ridge of high pressure starts to build over the area.