Aug 5, 2013 11:19 PM by Dave Hovde
Inland temps pulled a mild shocker today hitting the mid-90s, now that sounds very warm but it is statistically very close to normal. Interestingly Morro Bay only hit 57 for a high after an overnight low of 53, that is not very dynamic.
An upper level low off the northern California coast will drift southeast through the end of the week.
This is why we will cool further.
Night through morning low clouds and fog will penetrate well into the valleys for the week ahead with the greatest coverage for mid to late week as the upper low approaches.
Coastal valleys in the mid to upper 70s to start the week will drop into the upper 60s to low 70s midweek. Low to mid 60s drop to the low 60s for most beaches while the low passes.
When the low lifts out, temps will start to warm up next weekend.
More details about the forecast and our Stuff the Bus campaign in this video forecast clip from Paso Robles.
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