After the warmth of last week, we are seeing a gradual shift toward a stronger onshore flow and cooler weather. More fog and breezy conditions will return and there could even be some rain in the extended forecast...we are keeping our fingers crossed!
For Sunday, look for the fog to pull back to the ocean by the late morning with just a slight chance for some lingering clouds. We could also see a little patchy dense fog right around sunrise. Afternoon highs on Sunday will reach in to 60's and 70's...maybe an 80 or two will be recorded in the warmest areas, such as Paso Robles and Ojai.
Looking ahead, as we head in to the last full week of April and Earth Day (Tuesday), look for more fog and cool to mild temperatures. Then things get interesting, a couple of areas of low pressure will approach the region and bring with them slight chances for rain. Our forecast computer is still dealing with details and with these type of Spring storms, tricky changes to the forecast can and will likely occur. For now, we are looking at least a good chance for sprinkles and even hopefully measurable rainfall by late in the work week...again, fingers are crossed and we will monitor closely!