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One more day of cooler temperatures before conditions warm up

Posted at 6:10 AM, Oct 23, 2018

Daytime highs for the Central Coast will continue to be cooler Tuesday. The beaches are staying close to the mid-60s to mid-70s, and the coastal and inland valleys will range from the mid-70s to mid-80s.

Patchy morning fog and clouds will stretch mostly from the beaches to the coastal valleys, even parts of the interior valleys could see some cloud coverage Tuesday before sunshine breaks through.

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Winds are shaping up to be calm throughout the morning and will increase close to 25 miles per hour heading into the afternoon and continuing into the early evening hours.

Increasing offshore flow on Wednesday will bring temperatures up by about five to ten degrees, making for a warm end to the week with temperatures in the 80s throughout most of the Central Coast.