Good Morning Central Coast!
To kick off our Thursday morning there are more cool conditions in the region, dipping into the 20s once again in the interior valleys. This will not be much more impactful than the previous few days.
There is little in the way of cloud cover and fog this morning, although there is the potential for some marine fog to form at the coast as we approach dawn.
Temperature wise, the warmer temps brought in by the Santa Ana event to our south have not left the region yet. Most of the Central Coast will be in the mid to low 70s today with some coastal valleys and beaches in the upper 60s.
Turning to what we are all waiting for... rain, to be honest there aren't any robust chances in the forecast. Not a surprise that the short-term forecast has no rain potential in it, winds are dry and offshore. Skies have been clear and the sun is out producing some mild temps.
The next chance, even though it is a slight one, is Wednesday next week. Models have at times have hinted at a few showers. I doubt that this will hold together or bring any moisture to the region.
Beyond that the GFS model likes some activity to end the month and begin December. This is a long way out so isn't likely to pan out but any chance is good.
Have a great day Central Coast!