Rain chances move in overnight into Tuesday and again on Thursday

Thursday's rain chance on the Central Coast
Posted at 9:14 AM, Dec 06, 2021

Monday morning began on the cold side with some temperatures in interior valleys only in the mid-30s but thankfully clear conditions will make for a wonderful rest of the morning.
The day will gradually become much cloudier as a strong system reaches the California coast and begins to head south towards the Central Coast.
Daytime highs will reach the upper 60s with mild conditions overall.

By the late evening, hours more cloud cover will move in and gusty winds will take over as well. The storm system will pass through the Central Coast from north to south in the early morning hours. The rain will likely be very light and fast-moving. Rain will only last a short time but could accumulate up to a tenth of an inch of rain. Once the rain clears Tuesday will be quite cloudy before a sunny Wednesday.

The second chance for rain this week is much more robust and will move in Thursday morning. This system could bring up to a quarter of an inch of rain. This system is still quite a ways away so be sure to stay up to date as the system nears.
After Thursday's system sunshine returns with mild near-normal temperatures for the Central Coast.

Have a great week Central Coast!