The marine layer will weaken through the week as high pressure builds across the Central Coast.
Coastal valleys and some interior valleys will see patchy morning fog Wednesday, clearing out mid-day.
Daytime highs looking like upper 60’s to low 70’s at the beaches, upper 70’s to low 80’s at the foothills and mid to upper 90’s at the interior valleys in SLO County.
Temperatures will increase a few degrees each day through Saturday, inland valleys could see above seasonal norm digits heading into the weekend.
Afternoon northwesterly winds will increase Thursday through Saturday and range from 15-30 miles per hour.
Saturday looks to have the hottest temperatures of the week.
Dangerously hot conditions could trigger a heat advisory especially across the interior valleys. This will have to be watched.
Onshore flow returns beginning of next week and looks to bring a cooling trend.
A Small Craft Advisory is in place for Point Piedras Blancas to Point Sal until 3 a.m. Wednesday.
It could mean hazardous sea conditions for small boats.