Nov 1, 2013 5:34 PM by Victoria Johnson
The Central Coast has seen warm temperatures today but it will begin to cool on Saturday as a result of low pressure making its way into the area. The most significant amount of cooling will be felt along the coastal valleys where temperatures are expected to decrease 5-10 degrees on average. Temperatures will be cool on Sunday and Monday with the onshore flow and increase in cloudy skies and marine layer along the beach and coastal communities. Northerly winds are forecasted to increase Sunday afternoon and evening along the Central Coast and in Santa Barbara County as well. By Monday evening, advisories may be needed. Tuesday through Friday, high pressure builds and a warming trend returns. Temperatures should be below normal until Wednesday when they return to seasonal norms. Nights will be chilly and there is a possibility of frost for the interior regions of San Luis Obispo. Through the middle of next week, warmer weather and clearer skies are expected.
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