Good Morning and happy Thursday Central Coast!
As we kick off the morning there is significantly more clouds and low fog throughout the region. This has prompted a dense fog advisory for the beaches and coastal valleys of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. Limited visibilities are expected on roadways for the morning commute. The advisory will remain in effect through 8:00AM this morning.
Today the relative high pressure we experienced Wednesday is sticking around for a little longer although temperatures will not rise as much as Wednesday because of some onshore winds limiting warming at the coasts and beaches.
Temperature wise highs in the interiors will reach the mid to upper 80s with coasts near 60.
Temperatures today will struggle to reach into the 60s along our beaches but in the interior valleys upper 80s are possible. pic.twitter.com/VW8Upt3O8i— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) May 5, 2022
Friday will be again a few degrees cooler as more onshore winds push in and bring more marine influence along side it. Friday morning will have more cloud cover once again. The evening more gusty winds will move in alongside a weak cold front. Advisory level gusts could pop up in the Santa Ynez mountains and along the Santa Lucia ridges.
Friday will be significantly cooler than the previous days as we start on a days long cooling trend that will last into next week. By Tuesday most locations will struggle to even reach the 70s. pic.twitter.com/WXEdBHzKid— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) May 5, 2022
Have a great day Central Coast!