Aug 19, 2014 7:29 AM by Dan Shadwell
Good morning! We're waking up with a thicker marine layer and drizzle in many spots today. An upper level trough of low pressure is sweeping south, bringing more clouds, cooler temperatures, and a deep marine layer that will be slow to clear in many coastal areas.
Inland temperatures will feel more like fall, with Paso Robles topping out in the upper 70′s and the beaches in the mid to upper 60′s in San Luis Obispo County, upper 70′s along the water in southern Santa Barbara County.
The low pressure will begin to abate by Thursday, with less onshore flow and that will continue as high pressure arrives from the east by Friday. That will warm us up and clear the skies for the weekend.
Here's a look at today's high temperatures:
San Luis Obispo-74
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