High pressure is building quickly as an upper level ridge moves into The West. This will produce more offshore night and morning winds, which will warm us up but winds also look to shift to the NW each of the next several afternoons.
This wind shift late in the day will provide afternoon and evening relief.
With all the wind and high pressure clear skies will be likely.
Wednesday looks like the warmest day with interior sections of SLO county nearing if not reaching 100 degrees. Coastal valleys will be warm in the 80s and 90s. Beaches be in the 80s for the most part.
The high pressure weakens Thursday but Friday a deep upper level trough looks to swing thru California for some fast but temporary cooling.
Sunday into early next week another ridge builds returning inland areas to warmer than average temps, coastal valleys also look warm during that period. The transition Sunday will likely be joined by strong coastal winds common with a transition to high pressure.