Record high temperatures possible as high pressure builds into the Central Coast

Posted at 5:59 AM, Mar 22, 2022

Good Morning Central Coast and happy Tuesday! Here are your morning weather headlines!

Temperatures today will have many of us here on the Central Coast feeling like it is summer. Temperatures are 15-22 degrees above normal for this time of the year.

Today and Wednesday will be possible days to go down in the record books with record high temps. Thursday winds will turn onshore knocking a few degrees off the high temps. Late in the weekend and into early next week there is a large system headed our way. The system is so far out still that there is not a lot of forecast certainty associated with it. As the chance gets closer we will keep a close eye on it!

Like I said the rain chance is a long way out (early next week) but let's talk storm potential.
This week will bring record warmth peaking today and Wednesday.

Sunday the warmth will break as a large system and associated cold front surges in. This could bring a chance for accumulating rain as the system reaches the Central Coast. As of right now long term models split ways on impacts. The GFS model currently is forecasting rain up to 0.75" while the European model is less robust with chances.

The storm is still a long way out but I will keep a close eye on it.

Have a great day Central Coast!