Onshore flow could make for a foggy afternoon at the coast

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Posted at 4:51 AM, Aug 11, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-11 08:52:00-04

Fog is rolling back in over the Central Coast Tuesday morning, staying concentrated over local beaches and coastal valley locations.
It's likely that the same clearing pattern from Monday will take place, which means clear skies south of Point Conception with stubborn clouds along some of the beaches in San Luis Obispo County.

Daytime highs at the coast will mostly range from the mid to upper 60s and the coastal valleys will stay around the low to upper 70s. Interior valleys are gradually heating up and will mostly stay range from the mid-80s to the mid-90s.

By Thursday, moisture from Hurricane Elida will bring some patchy clouds to San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. There is another change on the way for the weekend ahead as a heatwave is in the forecast Friday through Monday that could bring some inland valley temperatures up to 108 degrees. It's possible that a lot of valley locations could experience temperatures eight to 12 degrees above normal.