Today the Central Coast interior locations didn’t get much clearing while coastal areas did, this is called reverse clearing as the trend is typically the opposite of this. Some weak high pressure is building on Wednesday and should result in better inland clearing and warming temperatures there over the next few days.
At the coast, night and morning clouds are expected again with patches of marine drizzle but clearnig to partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. More night and morning coastal clouds for the balance of the week with the warmest conditions on Thursday and Friday in the low 70s with beaches in the mid-60s. Inland temps jump quite a bit Wednesday back into the mid-70s with lower 80s on Thursday and Friday.
Saturday will be slightly cooler across the board. For the weekend an upper low moves over the area. This is somewhat similar to the setup last weekend that produced showers and thunderstorms and a little rain. I think we could see some drizzle or lighter showers but don’t think this will be as robust as last weekend’s low but models are struggling with the details of this feature at the moment so this part of the forecast could change significantly.