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High winds continue for the Central Coast Tuesday

Posted at 4:17 AM, Oct 30, 2018

A wind advisory will remain in place for Santa Barbara County through the 9 o’clock hour Tuesday morning. The Santa Barbara County south coast and mountains will primarily feel the impacts with winds ranging from 20-30 miles per hour and gusts up to 45 mph. San Luis Obispo County isn’t under advisory, but winds will be close to 30 mph throughout the morning before backing off slightly by the afternoon. Still, it will be a breezy day into the evening.

Some fog and clouds will mostly impact areas south of Point Conception in the morning, but that will start to clear up heading into the morning commuting hours.

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Developing high pressure is making for a warm and dry week. Tuesday’s temperatures will be warmer, with the coastal valleys staying close to the 80s and the beaches ranging from the upper 60s to mid-70s. Daytime highs for the interior valleys will mostly stay close to the mid to upper 70s.

The Halloween forecast is still shaping up to be warm with clear skies and calm winds.