Posted: Jul 23, 2012 9:18 PM by Dave Hovde
A mild pattern for the Central Coast this week as southwest flow aloft will keep the coast with slight below normal high temps as onshore surface flow prevails.
This will mean night and morning low clouds and fog near the coast with generally clear conditions inland.
Highs will range from the 60s at the beaches to lower 70s in the coastal valleys to upper 80s inland.
Doesn't look like much change until we get to the weekend when some ridging re-builds in the West and inland highs jump back into the lower 90s while the coastal valleys warm a tad into the middle 70s.
Not a bad last week for weather at the Mid State Fair, warm but not too warm.
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