After a bit of a drizzly start to the morning, Saturday’s weather has been great for most parts of the Central Coast.
Temperatures will see a small dip on Sunday and Monday as an upper level ridge heads into our area.
This system will dissipate as it moves more inland, before the rain returns again later in the week.
The amount of rain we’ll see across the Central Coast from Sunday into Tuesday is expected to accumulate less than .25 of an inch.
Despite the rain and cooler temperatures, our wind forecast is looking pretty steady through Monday, with gusts anticipated to stay under 15 mph.
The most recent report from the National Weather Service shows while there wasn’t as much rain in April as “normal,” the rain since October 1st, 2018 was significantly higher than “normal.”
Monthly and Water Year precipitation (October 1, 2018 thru April 30, 2019) update for select recording locations in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Los Angeles Counties. #CAwx #LAweather #CAwater #SoCal #LArain pic.twitter.com/lwCnOQmuqF
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) May 2, 2019