Mostly cloudy skies will cover the Central Coast Monday morning before becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon hours. Along with the cloudy skies, daytime highs will generally range from the low to upper 60s before conditions warm up Tuesday.
Areas south of Point Conception could be stubborn to clear, but to the north and over San Luis Obispo County, there will likely be a mix of sunshine and clouds by Monday afternoon. Northwesterly winds will generally range from 10-15 miles per hour Monday with potential for wind gusts to get up to 20 mph through the afternoon.
Looking ahead to Tuesday and Wednesday, clouds will clear and temperatures will warm up to the 70s. The warmer conditions will stick around through Thursday before daytime highs trend down and cloudy conditions return. By Friday, there is also a slight chance of rain in the forecast, but those chances will likely diminish by the weekend.