Despite the mild afternoon highs, our overnight lows have been very cold. Once again, we are seeing a Frost Advisory for portions of the Central Coast & a Freeze Warning for the Ojai & Santa Ynez Valleys. Fortunately, the Advisory and Warning will end by 9 am once the Sun has had a chance to warm things up a little.
For today, once the morning chill dissipates, we should see a nice rebound with most areas pushing back up in to the low to mid and upper 60's...the only exception could be for Cuyama and the Paso Robles area where upper fifties to very low 60's might the best we can do! In addition, building surf from the northwest will create advisory level conditions for portions of the Central Coast...surf up and above 8 feet will be possible!
Looking ahead, a slight offshore flow will develop through early this week. This will help to warm things up on both ends of the day! By Tuesday, we should see near and even slightly above normal temperatures. Then, by about Thursday, another storm system starts to slide south and we see a slight chance for showers developing in to Friday. It appears as of now that most of the shower activity will be yet again focused well to our north, but the rain chance will come in to play. Cooler temperatures and possibly more wind will also return as well.