More morning fog and cooler afternoon temps stick around through the weekend

Posted at 4:19 AM, Sep 15, 2023

Happy Friday morning, Central Coast!

We have nearly made it to the end of another week and as we head into the weekend conditions across the region are going to be wonderful.

Here is a look at events going on across the Central Coast this weekend!

To kick off the morning there is more dense fog surging onshore. For the coastal valleys and the beaches (Western and SB Southcoast) this is mainly in the form of low lying cloud cover but for the interior valleys it is sitting closer to the surface. Some dense fog visibility concerns are possible today in the higher elevation interior valleys.

For today the Central Coast is holding on to those cooler temperatures with lots of cloud coverage in the morning, sunshine will build in this afternoon.

Onshore flow and a ridge of high pressure west of us is helping keep those temperatures consistent and cooler. Our area forecast for Friday is showing mild temperatures continuing.

As we near the end of the day sunshine will help to warm temps a bit.

Looking into the weekend temps will be a few degrees cooler than today but not substantially. Beaches will hold in the 60s, coastal valleys in those 70s while interiors in the mid to the 80s.

With a very persistent high pressure system sticking around to our west the extended forecast isn't going to change much. We will loose a few degrees over the weekend, putting us even farther below normal. Other than that dip nothing else will change, morning cloud and afternoon sun is expected well into next week.

Have a wonderful day and weekend Central Coast!