Another day of heat in the Central Coast as high pressure in the area strengthens. Plenty of clear skies and sunshine inland, but the coast is seeing fog thanks to what's called a Catalina Eddy. The interaction of high pressure and low pressure driving coastal winds blowing out of the south gives marine clouds a counter-clockwise spin.
The persistent onshore winds are also keeping the beach temperatures mild, in the mid to high 60s. Coastal valleys will see temperatures in the mid 80s while the warmest inland spots will get another day in the triple digits.
Saturday, Paso Robles hit 104 degrees,making it a tie for the record set on June 17, 1971. Expect temperatures to remain in the 100s through mid week for inland spots. Not much change in temperatures for coastal regions until it will begin to slightly taper off at the end of the week.
Wind forecasts show it will reach up to 18 mph today and up to 24 mph Tuesday and into Wednesday. No chance of rain.