The pattern isn't exactly dynamic this week, but there is a small trend to watch: the warming inland temperatures. Now, last weekend Paso Robles and the rest of northern SLO county's interior was 100-110. We will not see a return to those kind of numbers but temperatures will get back to near normal highs in the 90-96 degree range into the upcoming weekend.
Elsewhere there might be a few degrees of warming as well but night and morning marine clouds retreating to the coast and partially mixing out is still the standing forecast.
A 2,400 foot marine cloud layer covered most of the Central Coast this morning.
Today's high temperatures reached low 80s in the inland valleys, while the coastal valleys hit the mid-70s. The beaches were in the high 50s and mid-60s. Again the trend is slightly up over the next several days.
Not much change through Sunday, then stronger northwesterly winds will clear out clouds near the coast faster. Looks like those higher afternoon winds linger next week with very similar temperatures.