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Temps continue to cool through Tuesday

Sunday is the start of a cooling trend with daytime highs dropping well below normal on Tuesday.

As expected, patchy fog and low clouds are hugging the coastline overnight into the early mornings before clearing out in the afternoon. Mostly sunny skies with a few high clouds will continue through late Sunday.

Temperatures are back in the mid to high 60s for coastal regions and low 70s for inland spots Monday. By Tuesday, daytime highs will be in the low to mid-60s for most.

This morning at Whale Rock Reservoir. #BeOnKSBY

Posted by Mc Chavez on Sunday, April 14, 2019

There is a slight chance of light rain across the region Monday night and Tuesday, which will likely bring less than a 0.10 inch. Some snow showers will be possible above 6500 feet as colder air moves in.

Gusty northwest winds will affect the Central Coast Tuesday afternoon and evening, which may reach advisory levels.

Tuesday night skies clear as a drier air mass moves in with a bit off offshore flow. Temperatures will turn warmer again on Wednesday with daytime highs reaching above normal into the weekend.

Kelsey McFarland

Kelsey McFarland

Kelsey McFarland is the weekend anchor and reporter for KSBY News.
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