High pressure is keeping the skies clear from wet weather this week. It will be foggy at times, but dry on the Central Coast for the next few days. Rain is likely to return this weekend along with colder temperatures. Rain will continue through early next week.
Low temperatures on Tuesday will be in the 30s in valley areas, and in the 40s on the coast. High temperatures will be in the 60s overall.
It will be foggy with the return of the marine layer on Tuesday morning. Onshore winds will bring in the marine layer even deeper through Wednesday morning. Patchy drizzle is possible.
A slow moving storm system will bring multiple days of rain with the potential for several inches of rainfall. As of the publish time of this article, 2 to 5 inches of rain is expected in coastal and valley areas. 5 to 8 inches of rain is expected in the mountains, with the higher totals on south-facing slopes. We could even get several inches of mountain snowfall as well, mainly at higher elevations.