Jan 2, 2013 8:51 AM by Connie Tran, KSBY News

Central Coast picks up winds and above normal afternoon temps

The Central Coast is warming up slightly, with temps rising to the mid to high-60's in some areas. There will be above normal temps in the afternoon through Saturday. Expect gusty offshore winds to continue into Thursday, coming in from the northeast at 15 mph. It's going to be sunny for a majority of Wednesday, with patchy morning low clouds and fog in the interior valleys.

For those living in the Santa Ynez Valley, there is a frost advisory in place until 9am Wednesday morning. That means temperatures fall between 28 and 32 degrees.

A low pressure system will approach the Central Coast area by late Saturday for a round of possible rain, breezy winds, and below normal afternoon temperatures. That is expected to continue into early next week.



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