By Dan Shadwell
Good morning! The ridge of high pressure that’s moved over the Central and South Coasts, will hold fast into at least the early part of next week, keeping the inland areas downright hot! We’ll see the mercury climb well over 100-degrees in Paso Robles for the next several days.
Along the beaches, the marine layer north of Point Conception will remain somewhat stubborn, but should push away from the coast by mid-day, only to return again in the evening hours.
Likewise, we will see locally dense fog in many of the beach areas breaking up by mid-morning.
Coastal temperatures in northern San Luis Obispo County will likely remain in the 60′s and 70′s, but could tick upward over predicted highs, if the offshore flow strengthens.
Overnight, it’ll be warm, though the air mass should be relatively dry.
By mid-week next week, a trough of low pressure will arrive, along with moisture from the south, just to make things interesting.
Here’s a look at today’s high temperatures:
San Luis Obispo–84