Santa Barbara, Calif. - The unseasonably warm early June weather came to a screeching halt for the California Central Coast and South Coast today as the marine layer moved onshore bringing plentiful clouds, fog and some areas of light drizzle. The clouds will be stubborn for most coastal areas today, with a few inland sunbreaks possible this afternoon. Highs will be fairly uniform for all areas, ranging from the mid 60s to the lower 70s.
Another big change will come to our weather Saturday, and it will last through Sunday and Monday. A large storm will move over the Pacific Northwest bringing their area rain and snow. Our part of California will be on the edge of that disturbance, meaning we will have a lot of strong wind Saturday through Monday... especially Sunday. Our weather will quiet down and warm up next Tuesday through Thursday with more warm sunshine.
Daytime highs will slowly warm for most areas today through next Wednesday, before cooling a few degrees next Thursday. Immediate coastal areas will rise from the mid 60s to the mid 70s. Coastal valleys will have highs rising from the lower 70s to the lower and mid 80s next week. Inland valleys will rise much more, from the lower 70s today to the lower 90s by early next week. Lows will range from the mid 40s to the upper 50s.