Jul 31, 2014 6:37 PM by Dave Hovde
An expanding ridge of high pressure over the West will produce another really hot day inland on Friday with temps likely passing 105 for the interior of SLO county. It will also warm in the coastal valleys but night and morning marine layer will have a dramatic impact holding temps under the mid 80s. Beaches will hit the upper 60s and lower 70s.
The ridge begins to break down over the weekend, but real relief inland waits until Sunday or Monday when the lower 90s return. Some low pressure off the west should continue to keep temps mild Sunday through Tuesday, after that some monsoon mugginess could return the mid to late portion of next week so enjoy what break from it we get.
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