Oct 15, 2013 6:28 PM by Victoria Johnson
Offshore flow will remain through Wednesday due to surface high pressure in the Great Basin. Daytime high temperatures will be above normal overall and slightly below normal in the mountains. There will be chilly nights and the possibility of frost for the interior regions of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara County during the late night and early morning hours through Thursday morning. There is an elevated fire weather concern, but no red flag warning in effect. This is brought on by a warming trend, gusty winds, dry conditions, dry fuels and humidity levels in the single digits and teens with poor overnight recovery. Thursday, a cooling trend is expected as winds change to onshore. Temperatures should remain near or slightly above normal through the early portions of next week.
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