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Some morning low clouds but warm temperatures continue

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Photo of Avila Beach by John Mehalco Photo of Avila Beach by John Mehalco

The Central Coast will have another day of above seasonal temperatures. Tuesday morning there will be some low clouds south of Point Conception,  which means there will be cooling at the coast and in the valleys in Santa Barbara County.

Santa Barbara has a daytime high of 70 degrees, which is a result of that cooling. Looking to the north in San Luis Obispo County, temperatures will still remain much on the warmer side.

Coastal Valleys will be in the low 80s, inland valleys and beaches will be in the mid to high 70s.

San Luis Obispo has the potential to break yet another heat record if it meets the 84 degrees in the forecast. The record was set back in 1954 at 80 degrees.

 Wind forecast still remains the same as Monday. Ten to 20 mile per hour northeasterly winds will develop Tuesday before shifting out of the northwest in the afternoon.

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