One more day of warm inland temperatures, then conditions start to cool down

Posted at 5:25 AM, Sep 27, 2018

It’s been hot the past couple of days for the interior valleys and there is still another day with temperatures in the mid to upper 90s. On Wednesday, Paso Robles surpassed the forecast and reached the low 100s, which could still be a possibility on Thursday.

Coastal valleys will have much cooler conditions and stay within the mid to upper 70s with overcast sky conditions for most of the morning. The fog looks to clear in the late morning, but modeling is suggesting it could be stubborn to clear along the coast and some areas in the coastal valleys. If anywhere is going to feel like Fall it will be at the beaches where temperatures will range from the low 60s to low 70s.

Rain is still looking to be a possibility for early next week. Modeling is suggesting remnants from Hurricane Rosa, which is near Mexico, could bring showers into Southern California which could produce light showers on the Central Coast. In addition, a low-pressure system could also bring light rain, both of which could touch down Monday and Tuesday. Right now, it’s possible the area could have anywhere from .20”-.75” of rain with this system. However, things will continue to change as the weekend approaches. Stay with KSBY for those updates.