Temperatures are not changing much across the region with coasts in the 60s to 70s and interior areas in the 70s to 80s.
An eddy is giving the Central Coast a deeper marine layer, extending into valley areas for a May Gray wake-up. Northerly flow is keeping the South Coast clearer, but some clouds may fill in through the morning.
A stronger sundowner will hit Santa Barbara County, triggering at wind advisory from 6:00 pm Thursday to 3:00 am Friday. The Central Coast will also see a breezy afternoon.
As heights rise Friday, temperatures will increase slightly in some areas. However, the marine layer will stick around and a series of troughs will sweep through for a gray holiday weekend.
Temperatures will inch warmer into the middle of next week with developing high pressure. By Tuesday, the region will already by 5 to 10 degrees above normal.