By Dan Shadwell
Good morning! We have a few more days of below normal temperatures in store for the Central and South Coasts. An unsettled trough of low pressure off the coast will weaken over the next 72 hours and high pressure will begin to build inland, turning our breezes from onshore, to offshore.
Temperatures will begin a slow progression upward… a couple of degrees each day until we’re back in the 100-degree range inland by mid-week. Along the coast, the rise in the mercury will be slower and less pronounced… maybe a few degrees of increase over the next week.
Today, our low clouds and fog along the coast and inland valleys, should begin to break up by mid-morning, leaving us with mostly sunny skies inland and all over the Central Coast.
Here’s a look at your highs for the day:
San Luis Obispo–76