Friday looks mostly dry, but more rain possible this weekend

Posted at 3:41 PM, Mar 12, 2020

Most of the Central Coast saw dry weather Thursday, but low pressure brings showers and another chance of thunderstorms for southern parts of the Santa Barbara County tonight.

Rain continues mostly across Southern California, but parts of Santa Barbara County south coast could see some scattered showers from Thursday night's storm.

Northwesterly winds could pick up to 35 mph in some areas Thursday night.

Snow levels are expected to reach the 7000-7500 over the next few days.

Showers will taper off to the west during the overnight hours into Friday, however Friday looks to be mostly dry.

Daytime highs Friday at the beaches look to be in the low 60's, coastal valleys low to mid 60's and inland mid-60's.

Coastal areas can expect marine low clouds with coastal fog and drizzle tonight through Saturday.

Friday night into Saturday looks to bring some drizzle or light showers for most of the Central Coast. Some coastal areas could get some cloud clearing, but for the most part could see a cool and gloomy weekend.

There is a chance another low pressure system could move over San Luis Obispo County and northern parts of Santa Barbara County Sunday through mid-next week.

This weekend system could bring snow levels at 3,000 feet or lower as well as another chance for heavier precipitation, thunderstorms and mountain snow.