A high pressure system will bring breezy winds and sunny skies to the Central Coast through the weekend.
Temperatures will stay about five to 10 degrees below normal for this time of year.
Another low pressure system will move in Sunday night for a chance of rain through Monday.
It will be another cold night and many locations will flirt with freezing temperatures. The Ojai Valley's low temps may be in the upper 20s.
High temps will not change much Saturday and Sunday, when there's a possibility of warming by about one degree warmer but still below normal and mostly in the lower 60s.
The upper ridge will hold sway Sunday morning before it's pushed to the south and east by an incoming upper low moving down the coast.
The upper low will not affect the weather much but will likely bring an increase in afternoon clouds to SLO and SBA counties.
Max temps will cool a degree or two as rain develops over SLO and Santa Barbara Counties late Sunday.