Cooler temperatures remain for the beaches and coastal valleys

Posted at 4:20 AM, Sep 24, 2018

Marine layer will continue to hug the coastline Monday morning and it could take some time for it to clear. Daytime highs at the beaches will be from the low 60s to low 70s with mostly foggy conditions continuing into the early afternoon hours. The coastal valleys will also feel the impacts from the morning fog, which could take some time to burn off and linger into the late morning hours. Temperatures there will be above normal within the low to mid-70s.

Inland valleys will be a bit of a different story with daytime highs in the 80s and limited cloud coverage. Looking ahead to the rest of the week, as low pressure exits Monday, high pressure will start to build on Tuesday and cause daytime highs to increase by five to ten degrees. This trend will bring temperatures for the interior valleys up to the low to upper 90s. Once the high pressure breaks down on Friday, daytime highs will again cool down by five to ten degrees for all areas throughout the Central Coast.