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Tuesday evening forecast May 26

High pressure will bring mostly clear skies and hot temperatures to inland areas over the next few days. The coast will stay cooler with areas of low clouds and dense fog, some of which may linger into the afternoon. The heat will diminish slightly on Thursday, then becoming near normal by Sunday.

Tuesday we saw large differences in the weather around the California Central Coast and South Coast. The marine layer will bring relative comfort to the coasts, but high pressure will deliver sunshine and heat to our inland valleys. Highs will range from 70s and low 80s along the coasts to the 90s and 100s inland.

A Heat Advisory is in effect for the interior valleys of San Luis Obispo County through 7PM Thursday due to the potential for temperatures in the 90s and 100s. Coastal areas can expect morning clouds and afternoon sun with highs still well above average primarily in the 70s to low 80s.

A trough of low pressure will move over California Friday and this weekend, bringing more clouds and much cooler weather through early next week.  Temperatures will drop 10 to 15 degrees in the warmest locations, despite the cooling max temperatures will still be a couple degrees above normal.

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Kelsey Gerckens

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