It doesn't feel like late November across the Central Coast as we count down the days to Thanksgiving on Thursday.
Abundant sunshine and offshore winds have made for a set of warm and wonderful days. Similar conditions will stick around over this week with a few more clouds possible on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Today's beautiful and sunny weather is brought on by a ridge of high pressure and offshore flow that is continuing to bring sunshine and warmer than average temperatures across the Central Coast. pic.twitter.com/x864gzjQda— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) November 22, 2021
The offshore flow is keeping humidity down and gusts up to 35mph across the Santa Lucia Mountains in San Luis Obispo County. This combination elevates fire risk and the chance for erratic fire behavior.
Unfortunately, there are no chances for rain over the next week.
It really won't be feeling like November today along the Central Coast. Warm weather due to strong offshore flow will keep temperatures mild with lots of sunshine over the day. Have a great Monday Central Coast! pic.twitter.com/eft9vjCEbs— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) November 22, 2021
Temperatures will be mild and slightly above normal for this time of the year on Monday with abundant sunshine and gusty winds.
Tuesday and Wednesday have a chance for additional cloud cover alongside slightly cooler temperatures but by Thanksgiving morning abundant sunshine and warm temperatures will return.
The wonderful sunny skies in place on Monday will be sticking around over the week and into the weekend with a slight early-week cooldown. The good news is that sunny and warm conditions will be in place for thanksgiving. pic.twitter.com/81IcFyGBpS— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) November 22, 2021
Have a fantastic Monday and week ahead Central Coast!