Spring break injects life into the Central Coast economy following a damp start to the year

The Central Coast economy in Santa Barbara, California is looking forward to a significant boost from both sunny weather and Spring break travelers. However, the rainy conditions that have persisted in the first quarter of the year have dampened the excitement.

Despite the initial setback caused by the cold and wet weather at the start of the year, spring break is bringing hope for an increase in vacation stays, shopping, and dining out. A bright spot was seen during the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in early February, which attracted movie fans and out-of-towners to theaters and hotels.

As spring break travelers make their way to the Central Coast, temperatures are expected to be in the upper 60’s to low 70’s for the first part of the week. Despite forecasted rain later in

By Riley Johnson

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