Temperatures will start to trend up Thursday as offshore flow develops

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Posted at 5:04 AM, Oct 10, 2019

The last two days brought us cooler temperatures and foggy mornings, but another shift is in the forecast. Thursday will be a few degrees warmer for most areas, and the fog that was lingering through the morning hours has cleared out.

Commuters can expect mostly clear skies and chilly temperatures from the mid-40s to the upper 50s until about 9:00 a.m. before warming begins. As for the fog, weather models are showing it is still patchy along the south coast region in Goleta but that will be gone by the afternoon.

Daytime highs are trending up and will bring temperatures back to the 70s and 80s for the inland valley communities. Along the coast, temperatures will stay close to the mid to upper 60s, and the coastal valleys will be right around the mid to upper 70s.

Breezy northwesterly winds will keep skies clear and temperatures warm Thursday and Friday.