Temperatures expected to rise this week around SLO County

newsroom@thetribunenews.comJanuary 15, 2013 

It was cold around San Luis Obispo County on Tuesday morning, but not chilly enough to set any records for the low temperature, said John Lindsey, PG&E meteorologist.

The low in Paso Robles was 25 degrees, well off the record low for the date of 13 degrees set in 2007. At the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport, it was 29 degrees. The record low was 25 degrees, set in 1928.

Tuesday marks the start of warming toward more seasonal temperatures, Lindsey said. Highs Tuesday should be near 60 in San Luis Obispo and the mid-50s in the North County. Lows Tuesday night will be in the mid-20s in Paso Robles and near freezing in coastal valleys.

By Thursday, the high will reach into the 70s in San Luis Obispo and upper 60s in the North County, Lindsey said. Overnight lows will range form the upper 30s in coastal valleys to the low 30s in the North County.

No rain is possible until the end of next week, Lindsey said.

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