by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist
Weakening cold fronts push into the Central Coast over the weekend while the main area of low pressure and best associated dynamics for rain remain well to the north.
More clouds will roll in, and some areas of drizzle and light showers are possible, best chance Saturday morning near the coast and north. South and inland areas will not likely see any rain.
The larger impact will be cooling temps, and breezy conditions under partly to mostly cloudy skies.
We’ll warm again Tuesday and Wednesday as a little ridging takes place and winds may turn lightly offshore in the morning hours, late next week looks back onshore.
Wet weather looks to return to CA, but the exact timing is a question. Several models show a wet Halloween but one we use often says it’ll be just after Halloween on Saturday the 1st. This is simply too close to be exact about at this point, stay tuned over the course of next week and we’ll continue to dial this one in.