Some inland temperatures to reach triple digits Monday as major warm up begins

Posted at 5:12 PM, Aug 25, 2019
and last updated 2019-08-26 02:50:22-04

Sunday was another warm one for the Central Coast, as above average temperatures continue.

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Things are only going to get hotter from here, as temperatures jump 5-12 degrees above normal Monday and Tuesday.

Our valley areas are going to be in the 90's and 100's - with places like Paso Robles getting to 104 by Tuesday!

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Temperatures will cool slightly by mid-week but our inland areas will stay hot.

Some low clouds and fog will allow for some reprieve in the morning hours, a pattern that's expected to last through Tuesday.

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While are winds are on the gentle to moderate side, we do have the risk for sundowner winds Sunday night and Monday night.

Sundowner winds are especially dangerous when it comes to fire as they help add to the heat.

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Tropical Depression Ivo is continuing to generate some concerns for beaches in Southern California, bringing wave heights in LA County and Ventura county to 4-6 feet and chances for rip currents.

Here at home, the surf continues to look calm, with wave heights of 3-4 feet forecasted for tomorrow.

Don't forget your sunscreen - it's going to be a hot week!