Oct 23, 2012 10:31 AM by Dan Shadwell
If you've been waiting for sweater weather, it's here! But it's not going to stick around for long. Our temperatures won't make it out of the 60s in most areas of the Central Coast today. Santa Barbara is likely to be the warm spot at 69-degrees, and some other coastal regions like Cambria may only make it to 60.
It's chilly to start out in Paso Robles, where it had dipped to the upper 30s overnight, so you'll want to grab at least a light jacket as you head out the door.
The low pressure trough centered out in the Pacific continues to churn to the south and east and we do have a chance for another surge of moisture making into the skies over the Central Coast. But if we do see any precipitation, it's likely to be just a light shower and it'll be patchy, with most areas seeing no rain.
Tomorrow a warm-up begins, with a slow ramp-up to the weekend. Along the coast, we'll clear out and climb higher into the 60s. Inland, we'll be back into the upper 70s.
Here's a look at today's high temperatures:
San Luis Obispo--65
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