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Haze, increasing cloud cover Friday

Posted at 5:27 AM, Nov 16, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-16 10:14:59-05

Air quality on the Central Coast was rated “good” by AirNow.com Friday morning, but that doesn’t mean it won’t impact those with sensitivities. Visible smoke and ash from the wildfires burning to the north and south of the area are possible Friday.  In Northern California where the Camp Fire is burning, air quality is rated as hazardous, prompting school closures.

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Back on the Central Coast, Friday will again bring chilly early morning temperatures in the 30s for the interior valleys and the 40s for the coastal valleys and beaches. By the afternoon, the beaches will warm up to the upper 60s and the coastal and interior valleys will stay close to the mid to upper 70s. Mild 10-15 mile per hour onshore winds will continue throughout the afternoon hours with increasing cloud cover.

Low pressure will make way into the area late Friday night, which means marine layer and fog will return for the weekend, along with cooler daytime highs.

The big talker continues to be over the rain that is in the forecast for next week. Right now, the American Model is showing rain late Thursday night with continuing showers through Saturday.