It was quite the gloomy day for much of the Central Coast Wednesday, as the smoke and marine layer covered much of the sky.
The lack of offshore wind at the coast resulted in a much cooler day than expected for several areas.
Temperatures in our inland areas were about as expected, but cooled because of cold air and smoke.
Luckily, the Santa Ana wind event wasn't as strong as anticipated but we did still see some pretty gusty winds Wednesday.
Elevated fire weather conditions will still be continuing through Wednesday night due to low relative humidities and gusty winds.
Cloud coverage is continuing at the coast the next couple of days. Inland areas will be mostly cloud free except for the smoke.
A light offshore flow will continue into Thursday.
Along the coast, low clouds and fog will move onshore each night and clear to near the coast in the afternoon.
Temperatures will be near to slightly above normal through early next week with only minor day to day changes.
Have a great day!