Wednesday is marked the warmest day of the week with triple-digit temperatures not backing off until Saturday.The California Mid-State Fair will attract thousands of people on Wednesday, and just know that it will be very hot. Paso Robles is expected to reach 110 degrees. By 8:00 p.m., temperatures are likely to still be in the 90s, so here are a few reminders to stay safe in the heat that will again impact the Central Coast on Wednesday:-Stay hydrated-Stay in shaded areas when possible-Wear light and loose fitting clothingThose triple-digit temperatures will be common throughout the interior portions of the Central Coast on Wednesday and they aren’t letting up for at least three days when daytime highs will return to the upper 90s by Sunday. Coastal valley temperatures won’t be as severe, but they will still be hot and range from the low 80s to mid-90s. Cooling off at the beach for the 70-degree weather will still be the way to go to beat the heat.Winds aren’t looking to be as erratic on Wednesday but they will be gusty at times and be within a 20 mile per hour range. A Red Flag Warning remains in effect for the Santa Barbara County Mountains until Thursday, as well as a wind advisory for coastal cities in Santa Barbara County. If winds are weaker in those areas through Wednesday then there is a possibility that wind advisory could be canceled ahead of the expiration date, which is on Thursday.
Posted at 7:48 AM, Jul 25, 2018
and last updated 2018-07-25 10:48:29-04
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