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Morning and evening fog lingers, temps slightly below seasonal norms

Posted at 4:05 AM, Jun 18, 2019
and last updated 2019-06-18 12:29:58-04

Onshore winds continue to bring marine low clouds for coasts and coastal valleys.

This will keep temperatures a little cooler than what we are used to seeing this time of year.

Daytime highs hover in the mid-60’s at the beaches, mid-70’s for the valleys and upper 80’s to low-90’s for interior valleys.

Some breezy conditions are expected Tuesday morning, but winds calm down as the day progresses.

The marine layer will be stubborn burning off in early to late afternoon, but much of the coastal communities will see gray skies for majority of the day.

Low clouds look to come back slower Tuesday evening, but begins to deepen over night.

Lots of moisture is likely to accumulate near the mountains.

Santa Barbara County will likely see more cloud coverage as the marine layer deepens overnight Thursday.
Paso Robles looks to have close to 90-degree weather and little cloud coverage while SLO hovers around 70 degrees with morning and evening marine clouds.

This June Gloom pattern continues the remainder of the week, patchy fog returning earlier and leaving later on Thursday.

By then, most all of the beaches will stay cloudy from sunrise to sunset.

Temperatures are expected to rise as we head into the weekend, but daytime highs might still be a few degrees below the seasonal norm at the coast and foothills.