Offshore flow will keep daytime highs warm through Friday

Posted at 4:19 AM, Oct 25, 2018

Thursday will be another day with offshore flow that will bring warmer temperatures and breezy conditions in the afternoon. Winds gusts could reach up to 28 miles per hour through the late afternoon, but will mostly stay close to 20 mph.

Some morning fog was reported in the Santa Ynez Valley could stick around through the late morning hours. Otherwise, mostly clear skies through the morning commute, which will continue into the rest of the day.

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Maximum temperatures for the interior and coastal valleys are going to stay close to the low to mid-80s Thursday. As an upper high builds Thursday night, additional warming is set for the forecast for Friday. The coastline, while not quite as warm, will mostly stay around the 70s on Thursday before inching closer to the low 80s by Friday.