Friday was a beautiful day around California's Central and South Coasts, but the few clouds we had today will disappear overnight and we can expect an even colder morning to start your weekend. A Frost Advisory is in effect through 8AM for the Central Coast, a Freeze Warning is in effect until 8AM for the Santa Ynez and Ojai Valleys, and a Hard Freeze Warning is in effect until 8AM for the Cuyama Valley and interior valleys San Luis Obispo County. Lows under a clear sky will be range from the mid 20s inland to the lower 40s along the coast.
The area of low pressure over the Great Basin will continue to push further eastward this weekend, and we can expect a mostly sunny sky around our area Saturday and Sunday. A small ridge of high pressure will start building over California during the first half of next week. That will provide a mostly sunny to partly cloudy sky for the Central and South Coasts, and we can expect highs to rise into the seasonable 60s and lower 70s.
Another trough of low pressure will form and start pushing our direction for the latter half of the upcoming week. We can expect increasing clouds from Wednesday through next Friday. Fortunately our overnight lows will not be as cold as they've been recently. Highs will begin to cool as the clouds gather...dropping back into the 60s by Friday. There is a slight chance for showers by next Friday, but at this time little rain is expected. Have a safe weekend!