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Sunny & warm Tuesday, light showers Wednesday night

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Tuesday is shaping up to be a beautiful day on the Central Coast thanks to some upper level ridging. 

Daytime highs will range from mid-60s to low-70s with plenty of sunshine. 

Temperatures will trend downward the remainder of the work week. 

A high surf advisory is in effect until 11 a.m. for coastal waters. Waves are 10-13 feet but will be less than 10 feet by this afternoon. 

A tsunami watch was issued by the National Weather Service early Tuesday morning following at 7.9 magnitude earthquake off the Gulf of Alaska but weather and emergency authorities say the watch has been canceled and there is no need for alarm. 

A weak cold front will produce light showers late Wednesday. 

Rain will move onshore in northern San Luis Obispo County at about 10 p.m. Wednesday. 

The rain band will weaken as it moves south and fall apart altogether by about 3 a.m. Thursday. 

Rain total amounts are mere hundredths for Santa Barbara County, if any at all.

Areas of San Luis Obispo County, especially to the north, may receive between a tenth and a third of an inch. 

Gusty north-northwesterly winds 20-30 mph will develop behind the cold front Thursday night into Friday. 

Sunshine and warmer temperatures look to return by the weekend. 

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