Sep 28, 2013 12:28 AM by Victoria Johnson
Warm, dry and windy conditions are expected into the weekend. Gusty offshore winds will be present through Saturday morning in some regions. This should bring above normal temperatures. Tonight, lows are expected to be in the upper 30's in some inland areas such as Paso Robles and Cuyama. Isolated areas of frost in wind sheltered locations are possible in the interior valleys of San Luis Obispo County and the Cuyama Valley. North West winds may range between 10-20 mph in the evening. The strongest winds will be in the Los Angeles and Ventura Counties through Saturday, the strongest being this afternoon. The offshore flow should diminish on Sunday and cooler temperatures come with it. This is expected to continue through the middle of the week as low pressure approaches from the north. Low clouds and fog are expected to return by Sunday night, most likely Monday evening. There should be an increase in night through morning low clouds and fog each night with e good chance it will push into the valleys by the middle of the week. Daytime high temperatures are expected to drop a few degrees each day through Wednesday, and may dip below normal levels Wednesday and Thursday.
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