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Chilly morning before temperatures warm up

Posted at 4:18 AM, Oct 17, 2018

Morning temperatures continue to be on the cooler side with the interior valleys staying around the low to upper 40s through the eight o’clock hour Wednesday morning. By the afternoon, temperatures for the coastal and inland valleys will pretty much line up once again and stay close to the upper 70s to the mid-80s. At the beaches, temperatures will be cooler and within the upper 60s to mid-70s. For the start of Fall, it’s continuing to feel like summer on the Central Coast. At least through the weekend.

Winds have backed off following the expiration of the fire weather warning for the mountains in parts of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. Although warnings have expired, dry conditions and drought-stricken vegetation remains.

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I convinced Murphy ‘The Wonderdog’ to accompany me on a ‘quick’ hike to the top of #cerrosanluis before dinner. He was dragging going up… probably because he wanted to be sure we caught some of the views of the Seven Sisters down the Los Osos Valley, Bishop Peak and Laguna Lake just before sunset. We made it to the top and back down with plenty of time to get home before dinner 👍! #shareslo #hikeslo #visitslo #pixonpeaks #shareslocounty #oaxacanterrier #beonksby #enjoyslocal #bishoppeak #MadonnaMountain

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On Wednesday, winds will range from 10-20 miles per hour, which will still allow for any clouds or fog to clear out by the end of the morning. Dense fog and cloudy skies overnight will continue to be a trend through Thursday before strong offshore flow develops and daytime highs warm up even more.