Posted: Mar 3, 2013 6:49 PM by Dan Shadwell
As expected, our high temperatures topped-out a good 10-degrees lower than what we saw yesterday in many parts of the Central Coast. That cold front passed through with a batch of mid and high level clouds, which largely dissipated by the afternoon hours-followed by gusty winds.
Tonight, we could see the return of the marine layer in some sections of the coast, and those banks of fog could push inland as the evening progresses.
Tomorrow, we're likely to see the skies clearing again by afternoon, with a good chance for more windy conditions. Our high temperatures will be even a few degrees cooler than what we saw today,... and by mid-week, we have another cold front pushing our direction from the Gulf of Alaska. It'll likely bring us some rain, though not nearly enough to get us out of the hole.
Cool temperatures, topping out in the upper 50′s will be the rule into Friday.
Here's a look at today's high temperatures and tomorrow's expected highs:
Paso Robles 72, 68
Atascadero 73, 65
Morro Bay 65, 59
San Luis Obispo 63, 66
Pismo Beach 69, 62
Nipomo 61, 60
Guadalupe 62, 59
Santa Maria 67, 64
Solvang 75, 68
Vandenberg 61, 62
Goleta 69, 66
Santa Barbara 67, 66
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