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Dry conditions and sunny skies Monday

There will be plenty of sunshine Monday, but don’t let it fool you. Daytime highs will only reach the low to mid-50s across the Central Coast, and before the afternoon, morning temperatures will likely stay within the low 30s to low 40s through 9:00 a.m. A Freeze Warning will be in effect for San Luis Obispo and northern Santa Barbara Counties through 8:00 a.m. as a result of freezing overnight temperatures.

#beonksbyHollister Peak which is a volcanic plug and one of the seven sisters near Morro Bay. Stormy skies make beautiful sunsets!

Posted by Barbara Shrum on Sunday, February 10, 2019

Mild 15-25 mile per hour northeastern winds will develop throughout the morning before shifting out of the northwest by the afternoon.

A cold front will pass through the area on Wednesday and bring rain and windy conditions with it. Before the rain arrives, high-level cloud coverage will increase Tuesday and rain will likely arrive early Wednesday morning. Rainfall totals for the coastal valleys will range from .50’’-1.25’’ and 1.5’’-2.5’’ in the foothills and mountains. Rain is expected to continue through Thursday, but it will be tapering off compared to Wednesday’s conditions. Heading into the weekend, light, scattered showers are still a possibility.

Brooke Martell

Brooke Martell

Brooke Martell is a weather forecaster and fill-in anchor for KSBY's weekday morning show, "Daybreak." When she's not in the studio, Brooke is reporting on investigative, human interest, and political stories.
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