by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist
Clouds have been streaming over the Central Coast and this evening a cold front will push over the area for another round of showers and rain.
The timing of the frontal passage looks to be later evening into the early overnight with activity waning by early Friday morning and the balance of Friday being partly cloudy and breezy.
Again the north coast has the best chance of the heaviest totals, but still likely less than .40”. The general range for rain will be .05-.25” with southern SB county and the interior of both counties seeing little to no rain. Please check out social media for graphics relating to rainfall projections.
Another weak cold front will approach the Central Coast on Saturday, and is expected to produce rain as far south as Cambria but at this point I am not putting it in the forecast elsewhere.
After that strong wind develop Sunday at the coast, up to 30mph and as high pressure builds in the winds turn offshore Monday and Tuesday for warm days, cool nights with mostly clear skies.