Nov 11, 2012 10:33 PM by Kathy Kuretich
Overnight lows will again dip into the upper 20's for the interior valleys. A freeze warning has been issued by the National Weather Service for San Luis Obispo's interior valleys and the Cuyama Valley in Santa Barbara County. There is a frost advisory for the Santa Ynez Valley. All will expire at 9 am Monday.
Driving could be slippery overnight, plants and pipes may be damaged due to a possible hard freeze. And as always make sure to keep your outdoor pets warm and safe.
By Monday, temperatures should start to warm as breezy offshore winds begin to build. Temps should reach into the low 70's and upper 60's. Tuesday and Wednesday temps will warm further into the 70's.
A low pressure system will make its way to the Central Coast later in the week. Right now models showing a 10-percent chance of rain Thursday and a 40-percent chance on Friday.
Have a great week!
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