A chilly start to the morning will be followed by daytime highs mostly in the 60s

Posted at 4:43 AM, Nov 11, 2020

It will be another chilly start to the day as morning temperatures decrease to near-freezing conditions across inland valley communities. Despite the cold morning temperatures, there are no advisories or warnings in place, however, frost development is likely across the inland valleys.

By the afternoon, daytime highs along the coast will be between the low to mid-60s and coastal valleys will stay between the mid to upper 60s. For some inland valleys, like Solvang, peak temperatures could reach 70 degrees.

Northwesterly winds are back in the forecast and will again remain mild to moderate, with gusts near 15 miles per hour for coastal areas, like Morro Bay, Pismo Beach, and Gaviota.

With a cold front moving over the area by the end of the week, rain chances are back in the forecast but modeling suggests the Central Coast will be left out this time. The rain that will likely reach Big Sur over the weekend will struggle to make its way south towards San Luis Obispo County making for a mostly clear and dry weekend. At the same time, inland and coastal valley communities could reach temperatures in the 70s as early as Sunday.