Dec 27, 2013 11:45 PM by Victoria Johnson

Fourth consecutive record setting day for San Luis Obispo

Today is the fourth consecutive day San Luis Obispo has set a record for daytime high temperatures. Today's daytime high temperature in San Luis Obispo of 85 degrees broke the 1980 daytime high record of 82 degrees. The daytime high temperature in Santa Maria today of 84 degrees broke the 1956 daytime high record of 82 degrees.

Friday, high pressure will bring above normal temperatures. Friday night, high clouds are expected to form which will make overnight low temperatures warmer and make frost patchier across the interior valleys. The increasing onshore flow cooled temperatures slightly. On Saturday, a dry and fast moving low pressure system will bring an increase in clouds and slightly cooler temperatures. Saturday night into Sunday afternoon could see gusty winds. Sunday heading into next week, a high pressure system and offshore flow will move over the region bringing a warming trend with it. Temperatures will remain well above normal and there is no chance for rain. Fire danger will remain elevated, especially Saturday night into Sunday. A warm, dry air mass, gusty winds and the potential for single digit humidity levels elevates the fire danger.



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