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Dry, cold conditions continue Friday morning

Overnight and morning lows remain in the 30s and 40s, mainly impacting the interior valleys in San Luis Obispo County.

A freeze watch has been upgraded to a freeze warning and will remain in place through Sunday morning. During this time, overnight temperatures will range from the upper 20s to low 30s. An extended outlook through the next week shows that although the freeze warning will expire by the end of the weekend, overnight temperatures will still be in the low 30s for this area.

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Ventura and Los Angeles Counties remain under a Red Flag Warning through Friday evening. The Woolsey Fire and Hill Fire, both burning in Ventura County, have both been fueled by dry conditions and high winds. Back on the Central Coast, winds will be mild to moderate and range from 10-25 miles per hour. Offshore winds will bring warmer daytime highs from the mid-70s to the low 80s for the coastal valleys and beaches. Interior valleys will continue to stay close to the low 70s to low 80s Friday and through the weekend. The Camp Fire, burning in Butte County in Northern California could bring smoke to the Central Coast. That fire has burned at least 20,000 acres and continues to burn rapidly.

Brooke Martell

Brooke Martell

Brooke Martell is a weather forecaster and fill-in anchor for KSBY's weekday morning show, "Daybreak." When she's not in the studio, Brooke is reporting on investigative, human interest, and political stories.
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