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San Luis Obispo ties, breaks record-high temperatures 11 out of 14 days

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Over the last 13 days, 10 of them have seen record-high temperatures in San Luis Obispo.

San Luis Obispo reached 88 degrees on Friday, breaking the record of 97 degrees set in 2016.

Hitting 79 degrees Saturday, San Luis Obispo tied the 2008 record.

Paso Robles hit 81 degrees on Friday, which ties the previous record from 2006.

High pressure that has brought warm, dry weather will weaken and move westward over the Pacific on Saturday, allowing for a low-pressure system to move south.

This system will produce increasing northwesterly onshore winds with partly cloudy skies and areas of overnight fog and mist near the coast.

Winds could reach up to 38 mph Saturday.

Tuesday, low pressure will move over the Central Coast with increasing winds and the potential for rain.

This system will likely bring scattered rain showers into Valentine's Day.

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