Heat advisory for parts of San Luis Obispo County

August 27, 2023


The National Weather Service in Los Angeles has issued a heat advisory from 10 a.m. on Monday to 8 p.m. on Tuesday for several areas of San Luis Obispo County.

In SLO County, the service lists Hearst Castle, Irish Hills, Atascadero, Lake Nacimiento, Paso Robles, San Miguel, Templeton, La Panza Range and Santa Margarita Lake. Other Central Coast areas impacted by the advisory include Camarillo, New Cuyama, Lake Castaic, Newhall, Santa Clarita, Valencia and southern Ventura County.

High temperatures are forecast to range from the 90s to 105 degrees.

The service recommend residents and visitors drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned rooms, stay out of the sun and check up on relatives and neighbors. In addition, do not leave young children and pets unattended in vehicles.

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Wow. Heat advisory for the North county….105ºf….in August….in Paso, the lake, and San Miguel.

Tell me if you think the National Weather Service has ever visited Paso, the lake, and San Miguel….in August.

The news will say due to the climate change we will have a heat wave in yrs back we just called every heat wave in Sept as Indian summer. Drink plenty of water DUH stay in a air conditioned room like to but can’t afford the electricity to run it Any other sound advise that we don’t hear over and over like we are a bunch of stupid people

Yes. It is after all summer time right? :o)