A low-pressure system that swept over the central coast in the overnight hours brought light, scattered rain.
Happy Friday! Some overnight rainfall totals surpassed 0.25''. There could still be a few sprinkles throughout the morning drive, but for the most part this system is already moving out of the area.#BeonKSBY #CAWX #CentralCoastWX pic.twitter.com/qLnygA0OhI— Brooke Martell (@BrookeMartell) February 12, 2021
While the system continues its southerly path, it's possible that rain showers could be off and on through at least 10 a.m. As the early afternoon kicks off, skies will be partly cloudy and winds will be gusty. Northwesterly winds are expected to gust from 20-35 miles per hour Friday through Saturday and could even stay that way through the end of the weekend following the exit of the low-pressure system.
Daytime highs will continue to be near seasonal averages with temperatures from the upper 50s and mid-60s along the coast and inland valleys, and from the mid to upper 60s across coastal valleys.
The second low-pressure system that will move over the central coast looks to be someone of a dud when it comes to the possibility of it producing any rain and will likely only result in drizzle or mist.
The Valentine's Day forecast includes seasonal temperatures, moderate northwesterly winds that could continue to reach 30 mph, and mostly clear skies.