Advisories across the Central Coast have expired, but it will still be breezy and warm Tuesday.
Offshore flow will dominate the forecast, bringing winds out of the northeast, which will result in some warm temperatures across the region.
Daytime highs for the inland valleys will range from the mid-80s to the mid-90s and they will only go up from there through the end of the week before high pressure weakens. As for the coastal valleys, daytime highs will be fairly similar to the inland valleys and stay close to the 80s and 90s. The beaches are also going to be warming up to the 70s and 80s. Beachgoers can expect warmer conditions through the end of the week before high pressure weakens and temperatures return to near normal averages.
For the most part, winds will be shifting out of the northeast Tuesday. Wind speeds will be higher along the coast and within the coastal valleys and between 20 and 25 miles per hour at their peak. For the inland valleys, a steady breeze will be present through most of the afternoon, but wind speeds will be closer to 15 mph.
By the end of the week, there will be a shift in the weather pattern. Temperatures will start to cool down and some marine clouds will return to the area.