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High-pressure system to bring seasonal temperatures

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Photo of Templeton from Cecil Horton Photo of Templeton from Cecil Horton

Wednesday morning saw mid-high level clouds and marine layer, which burned off by the afternoon. The inland valleys had highs in the low 70s, while the coastal valleys and beaches had highs that hovered in the mid-high 60s.

Thursday will bring a shift in temperature when a high-pressure ridge builds over the area. Temperatures will increase by about five-ten degrees. The North County will see highs in the low 80s, and the coastal valleys and beaches will hover over the low 70s. By the weekend, the inland valleys are expected to reach the low 90s.

On Thursday, moderate 10-20 mile per hour Santa Lucia winds will push any cloud coverage towards the ocean, creating clear skies. However, some coastal areas towards the north coast will have low clouds in the evening hours.

North western winds are still playing a factor throughout the Central Coast. A wind advisory remains in place until 9:00 p.m. in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. Twenty-30 mile per hour winds with 40 mph gusts are in the forecast and will persist through this evening. By 11:00 this evening, winds will calm down before picking up again tomorrow afternoon, however, they are not forecast to be advisory level at this point.

 

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