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Hard freeze conditions inland next couple nights and mornings

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Clear skies, dry air, and offshore winds are the perfect ingredients for cold weather and the coastal valleys of the Central Coast will see the lowest temps in the 19-25 range for several hours just before sunrise both Tuesday and Wednesday morning with Wednesday being the cooler of the two.

Freeze/hard freeze advisories are in place for all interior valleys.  This means below freezing conditions are likely and the SLO interior valleys will face those conditions for as many as 7 hours.  Damage to some plants and concerns for people and animals outside should be considered.  Some near record lows are possible for the Paso Robles area the next few mornings.  Coastal valleys are not currently covered in any of the advisories however it'll be a close call for some wind sheltered spots for potential frost for an hour or two.

Later this week a ridge builds over the state and sets up shop for cool but not as brutally cold overnight lows and potentially record-setting highs later this week near 80 in the coastal valleys and low to mid-70s inland.

This pattern is not favorable for rain and none looks likely thru mid-December.

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