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Partly cloudy skies continue into New Year's Day

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Photo of sunrise in Templeton by Elzy Miller Photo of sunrise in Templeton by Elzy Miller

New Year's Eve day conditions were on the cooler and foggier side for coastal Central Coast climates. 

Pismo Beach reached highs in the mid-50s, while other areas, like Guadalupe, were a little warmer with temperatures reaching the low-60s. It wasn't much warmer up in Northern San Luis Obispo County. Peak temperatures for Paso Robles reached low 60s.

Temperatures for the coastal and inland valleys will are expected to be a little warmer on New Year's Day, with highs in the low to mid-70s. The beaches will be a bit cooler with highs in the high 60s. The increase in temperatures is a result of an upper ridge building above the area that's bringing high clouds throughout the region, which will continue into Tuesday. Along with that, there will be gentle to moderate Santa Lucia winds that will develop during the evening and morning hours. 

There's been some talk of the potential for rain on the Central Coast. With another system approaching the area, chances for rain in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties looks like it could hit by Friday. With that rainfall, the counties could get .5''-1'' of rain.

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