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  • We experienced some more beautiful late October weather along the Central Coast, with plentiful sunshine and above average temperatures.  Tonight will be a mostly clear night for us with a few areas of patchy fog and low clouds developing.  Most inland areas will remain fairly clear, however.  Lows will cool into the 40s in inland areas, with 50s closer to the coasts.

    The ridge that brought our pleasant autumn weather will be breaking down through the day on Friday, and our clouds will increase late Friday through Saturday.  Isolated rain showers can't be ruled out, but the vast majority of us will stay dry.  The cool down will be much more noticeable for us all with highs along the coast falling into the 60s, with more seasonable 70s elsewhere.

    We will have fewer clouds on Sunday, but temperatures will continue below average.  Beginning early next week, another ridge will start building over the coast, and we will have more sunshine and more warmth as we progress through the week.  Next Friday is Halloween, and at this time it appears our Halloween weather will be quiet and warmer than average.

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Weather Changes Are Coming

Warmer than average weather continued for our area today, but a storm is coming, and changes will come soon.

Unseasonable Warmth Continues

High pressure will bring more sunshine to our area, and allow above average temperatures to continue.

 
There are currently no severe weather alerts.

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