Expect a few rain showers to linger into Monday morning as the weekend’s storm slowly leaves the Central Coast region, according to local forecaster John Lindsey with PG&E.
Northwesterly onshore winds and dry weather will return Tuesday, Lindsey said.
And expect gradually warmer temperatures through the week, with Paso Robles reaching the high 80s by Friday, he added.
The National Weather Service forecasts a 50 percent chance of rain during mostly cloudy skies on Monday, going down to 20 percent during the evening with partly cloudy skies.
Expect a sunny Tuesday, but partly cloudy the rest of the week and the typical early-morning coastal fog, the Weather Service said.