More clouds and drizzle Thursday before temperatures spike Friday

Posted at 5:14 AM, Oct 11, 2018

A low-pressure system right over Northern California will keep temperatures cooler again on Thursday. The interior valleys could reach the mid-70s, and the coastal valleys and beaches will stay within the mid-60s to low 70s.

Atmospheric conditions will be similar to what was in store on Wednesday. Drizzle will continue throughout most of the morning ahead of some break in the clouds by the later afternoon hours. Models show the cloud deck will start to break up in the late afternoon hours, which will ultimately result in clearing Thursday night and into Friday as offshore flow develops.

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There is still a beach hazards statement in place for the Central Coast beaches until Friday. High tides throughout the late morning could reach six feet and surf heights could reach eight feet with local sets up to nine feet.