Cool and cloudy into the weekend before big warm up begins

Sunset on the Central Coast
Posted at 4:32 AM, Jun 03, 2022

Good Morning Central Coast! We made it to Friday, to kick off the day there is a bit more marine influence than in the past few days. It will not impede visibility much for the morning commute as it is mainly not sitting right at the surface and moving quite quickly with some passing cloud cover.
Highs will range from the lower 60s at the beaches to the lower 70s inland. Northwest winds expected to be about 15 to 25 mph in the afternoon.
There is a wind advisory in place along the south coast of Santa Barbara County today where sustained northerly 20-30mph winds are expected with gusts up to 45mph. That will remain in effect until 3 AM Saturday.

Temperatures across the Central Coast today are on the cooler side thanks to significant onshore winds that are keeping temperatures cool. Highs in the interior valleys are still warm.
For all those headed out to the Elks Rodeo today we have wonderful conditions, albeit a little cloudy. Highs will be in the 70s around 5pm but will fall into the low 60s by the time the PRCA rodeo is over. Saturday will be cool and cloudy once again.

Similar temps will be felt Saturday and Sunday but as we kick off next week clouds will clear and offshore winds will warm up the interiors quickly. Heat reaching the triple digits is expected.
More marine influence will continue to keep temperatures down across the coastal valleys and beaches for the next few days. This will be a bit of a gloomy start to June but extreme heat will move back in, especially in the interior valleys by late next week.

Have a great day Central Coast!