Posted: Aug 17, 2012 11:07 PM by Dave Hovde
Saturday looks a lot like Friday with more high clouds streaming over the area as an upper level ridge allows an upper level SE to NW flow pattern. That carries monsoon moisture from the east which produced some sprinkles Friday and could again Saturday, but in general the risk of getting risk is pretty low with the exception of the mountains of SB county where the chances are slightly higher.
The clouds will have little impact on temps, 100+ in the inland valleys of SLO while the beaches of SLO and SB county remain in the lower to mid 60s, coastal valleys in the 70s to 80s the Southcoast of SB county in the upper 70s and lower 80s.
A little bit of cooling into the middle of next week near the coast as onshore flow picks up, inland valleys don't see temps get back to near normal until Thursday of next week.
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