Clouds are covering much of the Central Coast Monday morning. A trough of low pressure could produce some light rain Monday afternoon as clouds thicken and lower over the area, with higher rain chances over the mountains and foothills. These conditions will help cool down the area, keeping daytime highs around the upper 50s and low 60s. Wind conditions will be mild Monday with maximum wind speeds staying at or below 15 miles per hour.
Tuesday will bring another opportunity for light rain, but it will be short-lived and warmer temperatures will take over by the middle of the week when high pressure develops over the area. At the same time, offshore flow will develop which will keep our skies mostly clear and temperatures will trend up by at least six degrees.