Temperatures are continuing to gradually cool across the Central Coast Wednesday. Daytime highs for the interior valleys will range from the low to upper-80s. Typically around this time of year, the California Mid-State Fair has daytime highs reaching the mid-90s, but today, Paso Robles will likely stay closer to the upper 80s with a forecasted daytime high of 87 degrees.
For the rest of the area, the coastal valleys will be right around the low to mid-70s and the beaches are leveling closer to the mid-60s. Marine layer and low-level clouds will start to develop early Wednesday morning south of Point Conception. For the Central Coast, fog and the marine layer will develop along the coast and in the coastal valleys before late morning clearing. Sunshine is expected to peak through by the afternoon, but by Thursday those same conditions will likely be stubborn to clear.
Wind advisories have expired but northwesterly winds will still be breezy Wednesday, generally ranging from 10-20 miles per hour.