Inland valley temperatures could get close to the 90s Friday

Posted at 4:20 AM, Oct 26, 2018

Offshore flow continues to be a factor for the Central Coast Friday, keeping daytime highs on the warmer side. This will clear out most marine layer and fog in the morning and bring plenty of sunshine throughout the day. Winds will switch to onshore by the afternoon, staying pretty mild, but could range from about 15-20 miles per hour at times.

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Temperatures on Friday will stay close to the mid to upper 70s on Friday along the coast. The coastal and inland valleys will be warmer and closer to the 80s with potential for areas like Paso Robles, San Miguel and Atascadero to get close to the low 90s.

High pressure will be pushed east by Sunday as low pressure builds over the west coast. This will cool temperatures down by about five to ten degrees at the start of next week. Right now, it looks like daytime highs will range from the upper 60s to upper 70s on Halloween before cooling down to the low to mid-60s by the early evening hours.