Cooler daytime highs for the coast continue

Posted at 12:15 PM, Aug 24, 2018

Friday will have another day of mild temperatures. Daytime highs for the inland valleys will still be warm, but mostly in the mid to upper 80s. Low pressure will start to build over the Pacific Northwest early next week, which means these daytime highs for the interior valleys will persist and possibly even be a few degrees cooler.

Coastal valleys will have favorable daytime highs Friday into Sunday with temperatures staying close to the mid to upper 70s. Morning fog will be a bit stubborn to clear for those areas and haze will be visible as crews still continue their work to bring the Front Fire to full containment.

The beaches will mostly be in the mid to upper 60s with the exception of south-facing beaches like Avila Beach and Shell Beach, which will get to the low 70s. As for the marine layer, it will clear up by about 1:00 p.m. The trend of foggy mornings will continue into next week, but plenty of sunshine will be in the forecast by the afternoon.