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Tuesday evening forecast October 6th

A gradual cooling trend will persists through Wednesday, leading to average conditions along the coast and inland. Night to morning cloud cover will also continue but expected to become more widespread inland by Thursday. Due to an area of low pressure, temperatures will drop below average on Thursday. This system could also bring a chance of rain, late Friday and Saturday, for areas north of Point Conception. Looking ahead, a warming trend is expected early next week, with the potential of Santa Ana winds.

Temperatures will drop a few degrees each day as onshore flow strengthens. This will allow the marine layer to continue to build from night into morning, bringing cloud cover and afternoon sun. Daytime along the coast in the 60s to 70s, inland locations will warm in the 70s to upper 80s.

As a low pressure system arrives on Thursday, temperatures will likely drop below average. This will allow the marine layer to become more widespread and quite a bit deeper. At this time models are showing a very slight chance of showers late Friday and into Saturday. With the best possibility along San Luis Obispo County, looking at more than a few hundredths.

Looking ahead, our weather pattern will shift on Sunday. The forecast will favor offshore trends prompting warmer temperatures through early next week.

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