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Cooler daytime highs through mid-week

Posted at 5:28 AM, Oct 22, 2018

Temperatures for the Central Coast will be slightly cooler by about five to ten degrees through the middle of the week. An upper-level trough over Southern California is responsible for the slight cool down in conjunction with onshore winds. Winds will range anywhere from 10-30 miles per hour.

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Patchy morning low clouds and fog will impact the coastal valleys and beaches throughout the morning but will mostly clear by the afternoon hours. However, there could be some lingering cloud coverage.

Daytime highs for the beaches will range from the mid-60s to low 70s, while the coastal and inland valleys will be closer to the low to upper 70s. Some areas across the interior valleys, like Paso Robles, still have the potential to reach the mid-80s.