If you thought July was hotter than usual, you thought right.
The average temperatures last month across San Luis Obispo County were warmer than normal, according to PG&E meteorologist John Lindsey.
Paso Robles recorded an average high temperature of 98.7 degrees in July — about 6 degrees hotter than the average high of 92.9 degrees, Lindsey said.
San Luis Obispo, where the average July temperature is usually about 77 degrees, recorded an average of 81.5 degrees.
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Most of the beaches also saw slightly warmer July temperatures, too, Lindsey said.