Dec 19, 2012 9:33 PM by Dave Hovde
Clear skies and dry air will produce some very cold temperatures on the Central Coast into Wednesday morning.
A frost advisory is in place for the Central Coast and the Santa Ynez valley as temperatures are expected to drop to below 32 degrees and remain cold for several hours potentially doing damage to sensitive plants, extra attention should be given to house pets exposed to the cold temperatures.
A freeze warning is in place for the second consecutive night for the Cuyama Valley where overnight lows will dip into the mid 20s. The freeze warning means temperatures will drop below 28 degrees and remain that cold for several hours with additional risk to vegetation.
Some of the coldest lows will be in the interior valleys of SLO county where temps should dip into the low 20s however no advisories are posted (only due to the fact numerous freeze events have already taken place). Precautions for the cold are also recommended.
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