Oct 19, 2012 11:15 AM by Dan Shadwell
We're bidding farewell to the warm weather at the beaches on the Central Coast, but it'll be a gradual affair as a cooling trend begins today. The high pressure that kept us as warm at the beaches as many inland areas, is breaking down, clearing the way for more unsettled patterns.
Despite our relatively moderate temperatures this morning, it's felt warmer than the mercury is suggesting because of an increase in humidity.
Low clouds and fog have been hugging the coastline overnight, boosting our humidity. Those conditions will burn off by mid-day, but the marine later will roll back in this evening. Starting tomorrow, our temperatures will drop by several degrees. That trail-off will accelerate on Sunday and by Monday, we could see some drizzle, turning to rain on Tuesday and possibly Wednesday.
The extended forecast suggests we'll then warm up for the weekend, once the rain clouds depart.
Here's a look at today's high temperatures:
San Luis Obispo--78
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