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Weak storm system could bring showers mid-week

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Warmer temperatures are expected through Tuesday, but a weak storm system making way through San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties could bring light showers by Wednesday afternoon. 

Models are indicating that rain will hit the Central Coast by Wednesday and by Thursday morning, some areas like San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria could get around .2'' of rain, but this system is expected to mostly impact areas north of Point Conception. 

With the return of an onshore flow, temperatures will start to cool Wednesday and Thursday, however, with the continued high cloud coverage, nighttime lows will be on the warmer side. 

Temperatures for Tuesday for the beaches are looking to be in the mid-high 60s. Inland and coastal valley temperatures will range from high 60s-low 70s. As for the wind forecast into Tuesday, conditions look to be consistently calm. As it stands now, winds are not expected to surpass five miles per hour. 

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