Offshore flow and high pressure will bring valley temperatures up to the 70s Friday

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Posted at 5:18 AM, Nov 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-27 10:23:02-05

It will be another cool start to the day as morning temperatures range from the mid-20s to the mid-40s. Subfreezing temperatures were reported across the deep interiors and east of Paso Robles.

As for wind conditions, northerly winds are still reaching upwards of 20 miles per hour Friday morning. Certain weather stations, including the Whale Rock Reservoir, reported winds upwards of 30 mph. Compared to Thanksgiving Day, these winds won't be as gusty, but offshore flow still remains a factor through the end of the weekend. Wind speeds will range from 10-25 mph through Saturday, but the breezy offshore conditions will result in clear skies for the Central Coast.

Daytime highs are increasing as high pressure builds over the west. Temperatures along the coast will stay close to the mid-60s, but most valley locations will have the chance to reach the 70s Friday through the end of the weekend.