Posted: Jul 14, 2012 8:19 PM by Kathy Kuretich
The Central Coast is experiencing a slight cooling trend due to a dry, cool air mass taking shape. This will bring temperatures to below normal levels Sunday, with the beaches in the low to mid 60's, the coastal valleys in the mid to upper 60's and low 70's, and interior valleys reaching mid to upper 80's, and a few low 90's.
That trend will continue through Tuesday, then a slight warm up will bring temperatures back to their normal range on Wednesday.
The marine layer will thicken tonight through Monday as the beaches and coastal valleys will wake up to fog and low clouds. It may extend into some interior valleys locations overnight and through the early morning.
Have a great Sunday!
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