Dec 26, 2013 1:42 AM by Victoria Johnson

Christmas Day marks second consecutive day of record setting temps

San Luis Obispo Airport broke the record high temperature set in 1985 of a daytime high of 81 degrees. Today's daytime high was 84 degrees. This is the second day in a row San Luis Obispo Airport broke a record for daytime high temperatures. High pressure will persist into the beginning of next week. This will result in mostly clear skies, offshore winds and above normal temperatures. Unseasonably warm conditions will continue and temperatures will be about 10-15 degrees above normal. Overnight lows across the beach and coastal valleys will range in the 30's to 40's with temperatures in the mid 50's to low 60's in the hills. Inland lows can range in the 20's and 30's. Daytime high temperatures will range in the low 70's to upper 70's. These temperatures will last through Friday. The weekend will cool slightly, with daytime highs at the beaches in the mid to upper 60's to mid to upper 70. The week looks to be sunny except for some clouds on Friday night and Saturday. Through Wednesday, dry conditions and offshore winds will persist. With the offshore winds, low humidity's, warm temperatures and dry fuels, the fire weather concern continues.



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