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Tuesday morning forecast September 1st

Near seasonal temperatures will remain through Wednesday. Along with overnight clouds and patchy fog across the coastline and adjacent valleys. A more significant warming trend will begin from Thursday and through Labor Day weekend.

Low level clouds and patchy fog greeted the region on Tuesday. This activity will gradually clear while some local beaches could remain overcast, especially for areas north of Point Conception. The morning cloud cover will follow until Wednesday morning.

Due to a ridge of high pressure near the Pacific Northwest, temperatures will gradually warm each day. As it continues to sink further south and strengthen, expect less clouds. This will shrink the marine layer with limited to no cloud cover by Thursday morning.

Peak heat is likely from Saturday and into Labor Day. An Excessive Heat Watch has been issued for all areas including San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura County. The advisory will be in effect Saturday morning through Monday evening. As temperatures soar in 90s to 100s inland. The coast not nearly as hot, but still above average in the 80s to 90s. Expect little relief as overnight lows could remain warm in the 60s to 70s.

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