Along the Central Coast, very little temperature change is expected.
A trough of low pressure along the coastline has produced a very deep deep-marine layer that covers most of Central Coast, including much of the North County. Night and morning clouds will continue to penetrate deep into the interior again tonight with a similar clearing pattern Thursday.
Thursday’s highs will warm to the mid 80s in the valleys of SLO county while coastal valleys will reach the mid-70s and beaches will mostly be in the 60s.
Stronger afternoon northwesterly winds are forecast later Thursday into Tuesday, afternoon winds up to 25mph. Skies will clear a bit faster at the coast but temps will be largely minimal.
An upper low again runs into the Pac NW early next week to keep temps mild.