As you head out the door Thursday it may be best to grab an extra layer as the whole coast will start the morning on a cool note. Abundant cloud cover will help to hinder much of the fog brought into coastal valleys through the morning hours.
Alongside the cloudy conditions, much cooler temperatures will make it feel more seasonal across the Central Coast. In the early morning, hours temperatures were over 10 degrees cooler than at the same time 24 hours before.
As you head out the door this morning it is significantly cooler than just this time yesterday. Temperatures will be in the mid-40s through dawn. pic.twitter.com/vWl2aVZUKJ— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) November 18, 2021
For Thursday temperatures will stay near normal for this time of the year but that will feel like a far cry from the record high temperatures
seen last week.
Temperatures along the Central Coast today will remain mild and near normal for Thursday with abundant cloud cover from a passing cold front. The good news is there is a minimal chance that this front could bring a few raindrops to northern SLO County. pic.twitter.com/mw83q7XxL5— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) November 18, 2021
Temperatures that will feel much more seasonal over the next few days alongside a very slim chance for rain that will move into the Central Coast overnight Thursday into Friday. Most models are showing the front moving through only bringing added cloud cover but depending on how strong the front becomes as it nears the coast some lingering drizzle could be felt especially in the northwestern-most portions of San Luis Obispo County. Unfortunately, this is only a slim chance.
Cloud cover moving into the Central Coast is the first sign of a cold front that will drop temperatures and bring a tiny chance for a few raindrops Friday Morning. Cool temperatures will last through Saturday before a clearing and warming trend for early next week. pic.twitter.com/VKye9wwpN9— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) November 18, 2021
Once the front passes cool conditions will continue through most of Saturday when a high-pressure system will near northern California turning winds offshore warming conditions and clearing skies.
Cooler yet cloudy conditions will stick around the next few days alongside a very slim chance for a few raindrops moving in overnight Thursday into Friday. The front will likely pass as clouds before clearing on Saturday. A brief warmup is expected on Sunday before cooling again. pic.twitter.com/zV75DnIxsD— Vivian Rennie (@VivianRennieWx) November 18, 2021
Have a great Thursday!