Today was still a warm day inland with highs near 100 but the coast saw a lot more morning cloud cover before clearing. We’ll see redevelopment of marine clouds later tonight. This night and morning cloud pattern will continue over the next few days.
The most significant factor is the trough over The West increasing the onshore flow and the depth of the marine influence. Temps inland look to drop another 10 degrees Wednesday.
Due to a trough over The West the marine influence and onshore flow get stronger over the next few days driving a continued cooldown, yes…even inland.
There are significant winds in the forecast for the SB county mountains and the Southcoast. Winds 15-30 with gusts past 45mph are possible after sunset tonight thru 4am. This is the advisory area related to that.
One more night of sundowner winds in the high country of #SantaBarbara county tonight into early tomorrow. We'll see similar winds to last night… we had some gusts to 45mph.
The Mid-State Fair begins at noon Wednesday in Paso Robles. Here is my week-long outlook for the first half of the fair. As you can see temps will be below the average of 93 until next week. In fact, Friday’s 78 is on the cool side and folks attending night concerts may want to think about sweaters or light jackets for temps that will cool quickly in the evenings.
Plan on a visit to the #midstatefair in #PasoRobles? Here is a 7 day outlook for temps: a cool start but temps rebound.
Here is a look at the high temps today from our weather watchers. The numbers that jump out are 74 at Cal Poly, yesterday 92 tied the record for the date…today we were below average. And 97 in Paso Robles was warmer than average but it did break our 100+ degree run.
Already a cooldown for the #CentralCoast but even cooler weather is on the way for the #midstatefair in #PasoRobles. I'll talk about that and more on KSBY news at 5pm.