Good morning Central Coast and happy Friday!
Rain has been moving through the region in the overnight hours and will continue into the morning Friday.
Happy Friday Central Coast!— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) April 22, 2022
We are almost to the weekend but rain chances are not done yet. A few more scattered showers are possible today before a big warm up moves in. I'll have full details this morning on KSBY News Daybreak from 5-7am. Tune in! pic.twitter.com/GNmRtvBUrR
Rain continued last night and will even more this morning as the last of the system moves through. This will be felt as a series of bands of rain that will march through the region.
For a look at the interactive radar click here!
A band of rain will cross the region in the mid morning hours as it marches south east.
Another round of rain is moving into the Central Coast! We will see a bit more rain moving quickly through the region this morning. For a look at the interactive radar head over to https://t.co/UOUSM3aXoK pic.twitter.com/4cr9oN8jFN— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) April 22, 2022
Temperatures today will be on the cooler side with gusts. You are going to want an extra layer as you head out the door today.
Temperatures today are a bit on the cool side after rain pushed through the region. Gusts and gloomy conditions continue ahead of a big weekend warm up. pic.twitter.com/ZIc0ZZxle1— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) April 22, 2022
The chance for scattered showers will remain into the afternoon hours holding on into the evening in the interior valleys. What this will look like as you plan your day is that most of the time clear and dry conditions will persist but there is a chance of quick moving showers all day.
These continued showers will bring the chance for a few more hundredths of an inch of rain. The vast majority of accumulations are already behind us from this system. As soon as the rain stops we will bring you official rain totals.
Aside from continued showers winds will play a factor today. Sustained winds 20-35mph are possible with gusts u to 55mph possible in passes canyons and at high elevation peaks. That risk has prompted a high wind advisory to be issued for portions of Santa Barbara county including the high elevation interiors and south coast. That advisory will stick around until tomorrow morning.
There is also a high surf advisory in effect for all of the Central Coast's beaches lasting into Saturday night. Waves cresting 5-10 ft are expected alongside a rip current risk.
We got rain, now it is time for a warm up! Significantly warmer weather is expected into the weekend. Record highs are within reach (although not likely) for Monday. A slight cooldown will push in into the later half of the week. pic.twitter.com/t6s3r3Tqqa— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) April 22, 2022
After this storm system models are not showing anything else through the mid range forecast (16 days). Above normal temperatures are expected through the extended forecast as well.
Have a great Friday and weekend ahead Central Coast!