As a result of high-pressure building over California, daytime highs for the interior portions are going to be hot. Paso Robles has a daytime high of 96 degrees and San Miguel could reach 100 degrees. Moving back towards the coast, the coastal valleys won’t be as warm but will have temperatures ranging from the mid-70s to low 80s. The beaches will be cooler and mostly in the upper 60s to low 70s, with the exception of southwest facing beaches like Avila which could reach the low 80s.
Areas along the north coast and Santa Barbara County’s south coast will have some mid to high-level clouds ahead of morning clearing. For the most part, the Central Coast will have mostly clear skies Tuesday with much lighter winds than days past. Northwesterly winds will range from about 15-25 miles per hour on Tuesday and decrease by about five mph by Wednesday and Thursday.
While Tuesday will be a very warm day for those in the interior valleys, low pressure that will start building Wednesday will cool daytime highs down by about 15-20 degrees, which will definitely bring some relief from the heat.