Smoky and hazy conditions will continue to linger and impact our local air quality. An Air Quality alert remains in effect across San Luis Obispo County until Thursday at 11 a.m. Ventura County under the advisory through Wednesday morning.
A quiet weather pattern will bring very little change from day to day. Overall night to morning clouds and fog will be confined along the coast for most of the week. Much of the region is looking at partly cloudy skies with exception to the thick smoke that will blanket our local area.
Tuesday will be a tad warmer as a ridge of high pressure brings a few degrees of warming. The Central Coast will warm in the 60s to 70s, South Coast 70s to 80s. Interior valleys and mountains expected to be toasty, as daytime highs reach the 90s to 100s.
Some cooling is expected by the end of the week and into the weekend. As an upper low over the Pacific Northwest sinks further south, temperatures could drop to below average. This weekend will be significantly cooler with temperatures along the coast ranging in the 60s to 70s. Interior areas 70s to 80s.