Our weak cold front has washed out over the area producing very little rain. Only a few places were able to report any measurable amounts. The pattern coming up steers systems too far north for more significant rainfall.
A high surf advisory in effect will be upgraded to a high surf warning from 3 a.m. on Tuesday to 9 a.m. on Wednesday in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. This means surf of 12 to 22 feet with dangerous rip currents.
On Tuesday into Wednesday morning, winds will produce mostly clear skies and warmer afternoons. There will be areas of dense ground fog in the coastal and inland valleys during the night and morning.
Another very-weak cold front will produce clouds and areas of mist and drizzle on Wednesday afternoon.
Dry and clear skies on Thursday through next Monday.