After a chilly and dreary Tuesday, Wednesday's weather will feel fantastic with warmer temperatures, abundant sunshine, and minimal marine influence.
While sunshine is wonderful, the rain we saw across the central coast Tuesday was very needed as all of California is still under drought conditions.
The most rain was felt alongside the northernmost San Luis Obispo County with enhanced rainfall rates along the Santa Lucia range.
Here is a look at some of the rain totals from the storm.
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Wednesday much warmer weather will dominate with temperatures 5-10 degrees warmer than yesterday. Sunshine will also be abundant even down to the beaches.
High temperatures across the Central Coast today wil l be at least a few degrees warmer than Tuesday with abundant sunshine and some gusty winds. pic.twitter.com/LKhNVMODiy— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) November 10, 2021
All the sunshine and clearing from clouds is thanks to strong offshore winds that may become hazardous due to sustained winds 20-30 mph and gusts up to 45 mph. this has prompted the national weather service to issue a wind advisory for the south coast of Santa Barbara County through noon Wendesday.
Gusty winds this morning could impact your morning commute across the south coast. Take extra caution in passes and canyons. pic.twitter.com/8XKoDMstEc— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) November 10, 2021
High winds are likely through the end of the week with possible advisory level winds along the Santa Lucia Range and alongside the south coast.
High pressure sitting off the coast will dominate our forecast. Get ready for lots of sun and summer-like temperatures.
A strong high-pressure system is sitting in the eastern pacific and will be the main driving force for our weather over the next few days. Offshore flow and abundant sunshine will make for a great set of days that will feel more like summer than mid-november. pic.twitter.com/1Vd0d4CXNt— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) November 10, 2021
The warm temperatures will intensify over the late week with the warmest day for most arriving on Saturday before a slight cooldown will move in.
If you like summer conditions then this forecast is for you! Sunshine and warm temperatures will make way for warmer temperatures even reaching the upper 80s on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/Hkk7B7BkRv— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) November 10, 2021
Have a great Wednesday Central Coast!