Continued warm temperatures are expected through the week with overnight low clouds and fog.
An upper-level high-pressure system is centered over southeast California, bringing some warning across inland sections.
Interior SLO County will see triple digits; coastal valleys will reach the 80s while beaches will see daytime highs in the low 70s.
A trough of low pressure will develop along Northern California early this week, which will likely cause the marine layer to become more widespread with possible drizzle and cooler temperatures.
By Monday, temperatures may be around 10 degrees cooler in inland locations.
Thursday through Sunday, strong afternoon northwesterly winds are forecast to hit up to 38 mph.