Sunny, warm temperatures expected Sunday before chilly evening

Posted at 5:29 PM, Nov 02, 2019

It was a gorgeous afternoon on the Central Coast Saturday, as temperatures were warm and the skies were fairly clear.

Several areas are still experiencing air quality concerns however, that will continue into Sunday.

These parts of the Central Coast are expected to be rated at moderate air quality, as smoke continues to filter its way from the fires to the north and south of us.

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Our fire concerns are still high but the winds shifting onshore will help bring some recovery to our relative humidities.

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Along with that extra moisture comes the possibility of dense fog and even some lightning. On Saturday, two cloud to ground lightning strikes were reported.


Another round of freeze warnings are possible as evening temperatures are still going to below 32 degrees in some of our valley areas.

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Keep that jacket handy!