A storm system approaches southern California Sunday evening and could bring a chance of showers to the Central Coast.
The microclimate model shows potential for sporadic showers and thunder and lightening in higher elevations of San Luis Obispo County early Monday morning.
Any thunderstorms will have light amounts of rainfall but that could change as the system get closer. The tail of this system will mostly affect Santa Barbara County, but areas of SLO county will see wet conditions Sunday night.
A deep marine layer will linger because of increased moisture in the air, which means mostly cloudy skies for coastal communities and some valley areas today and Monday.
Daytime highs will be a few degrees below normal, coastal and inland valleys are looking at mid-60’s.
There will be evening through morning marina clouds and fog for coastal areas, but the skies should eventually begin to clear up.
Warmer and clearer conditions are expected by mid-week with temperatures in the low to mid-70’s for most areas.
Models show a cold front moving through the Central Coast Friday into Saturday and could have the potential for more rain, but leaning towards drier conditions.