We all need to focus on this last line:
A thick layer of smoke has obscured the sun resulting in much cooler temperatures throughout the Central Coast. Paso Robles only reached a high of 83 degrees, while San Luis Obispo was barely able to hit 70 degrees. Along the coastline, Diablo Canyon, as most of the beaches, only warmed to the mid to high-50s today under foggy skies.The smoke should not be as thick tomorrow and temperatures should rebound in the inland and coastal valleys, however, the beaches will remain overcast and cool. Persistent northwesterly winds this week will allow the marine layer with areas of night and morning mist and fog to develop in the coastal regions. Combined with the stratus clouds, will be variable amounts of smoke from the numerous wildfires.
High temperatures for the rest of the week will range between the high 80s and low 90s in the inland valleys (Paso Robles). The coastal valleys (San Luis Obispo) will range between the low to mid-70s. The beaches will remain in the 60s. Fresh to strong (19 to 31 mph) northwesterly winds will produce afternoon clearing and warmer temperatures along the beaches on Sunday through next Wednesday.
*** An early-season cold front is forecast to produce a chance of rain in Northern California on Tuesday.***