It was quite the sunny Saturday for the Central Coast, allowing for temperatures to warm up slightly for some areas.
There were some gusty northwest to north winds this afternoon, that may have provided some reprieve from the sun.
Our onshore flow will be deepening the marine layer substantially Saturday night through Sunday.
The marine layer will bring low clouds to the coast and valleys, with potentials for morning drizzle on Sunday and Monday.
High temperatures will be below normal due to the cloud cover.
Winds appear to be calming down by Sunday afternoon, allowing our Small Craft Advisory to expire.
Skies should turn partly cloudy Monday afternoon with milder temperatures.
Offshore flows brings mostly clear skies and much warmer temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!