One more day of near-seasonal temperatures before daytime highs start to trend up

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Posted at 5:25 AM, Sep 01, 2020

Due to an upper-level trough, the Central Coast will once again experience a foggy and misty morning. These conditions will stay concentrated along the coast, but it's possible inland valley communities, like Paso Robles, could also see some of the fog through the morning commute as well.

Northwesterly winds will be mild to moderate Tuesday, ranging from 10-20 miles per hour, which will be just enough to keep the marine layer at the coast for the morning, but maybe even through the afternoon as well.

Daytime highs will actually be similar to Monday's conditions. The inland valleys will be in the 90s, the coastal valleys will range from the mid-70s to the low 80s, and the beaches will stay close to the 60s.

High pressure is going to continue to build over the four corner states and daytime highs across the area will heat up as a result. Daytime highs will begin to trend up as early as the weekend, but the Labor Day Weekend ahead will be a warm one. With inland valley temperatures from triple-digits and the coastal valleys in the 80s and upper 90s, the beaches will be a decent place to beat the heat as coastal temperatures will be in the 70s and 80s.