Wednesday will be another day of near seasonal temperatures for the Central Coast. Marine layer is keeping temperatures at the coast on the cooler side, ranging from the upper 60s to low 70s. Afternoon clearing is in the forecast, but expect morning fog throughout most of the morning.
There will be similar conditions along the coast as marine layer blankets the beaches Wednesday morning. Temperatures will be as low as the mid-60s and as high as the low 70s with afternoon clearing.
The inland valleys are definitely seeing the most change this week as daytime highs struggle to reach the 90s in certain areas. However, Wednesday’s forecast has temperatures ranging from the mid-80s to low 90s with mostly sunny skies.
Fog will persist over most of the area on Wednesday morning, which could produce some morning mist and drizzle. Looking ahead to next week, another upper low trough will start to build over the Pacific Northwest, which means the cooler temperatures will stick around through next week.