It was a gloomy day for many areas on the Central Coast.
Showers may linger overnight with potentials for some brief intensity early Monday as the wind shift to the northeast.
So far, rainfall totals still appear less than .20" for most areas.
Offshore flow will help warm temperatures return to lower elevations but still chilly across interior valleys Monday and Monday night.
Our strongest winds are circumnavigating the coastal waters, now replacing the Gale Warning with a Small Craft Advisory.
That advisory is expected to continue through late Monday night.
Our High Surf Advisory is still in effect but could subside after Monday morning.
Conditions are expected to be warm and dry Tuesday through Friday.
Our next big weather maker is right around the corner however, with heavy rains expected around march 7th.
Have a great week!