Jul 23, 2013 10:41 AM by Dan Shadwell
As we expected, the moisture in the upper atmosphere yesterday, didn't wring out any substantial precipitation...and very little made it to the ground on the Central Coast, though in some spots, the roadways did get damp enough to become slick.
The story for the rest of the week will be warming temperatures inland and steady-Eddie 60s along the beaches. The mercury will creep into the low to mid-90s inland (think Paso Robles and California Valley), with Thursday likely to be the warmest day of the next six.
It'll be a different picture at the coast, where low clouds and fog will return tomorrow, followed by mid-day clearing and highs reaching the mid-60s.
Overall, we're looking at a pretty stable pattern into the early part of next week, with temps consistently in the 60s and low 70s at the beach, inland-in the 90s, perhaps flirting with the hundred degree mark.
Here's a look at today's high temperatures:
San Luis Obispo-76
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