Posted: Sep 4, 2012 7:57 AM by Dan Shadwell
A tropical depression off the coast of Baja California is sending lots of upper level moisture our way, but it's unlikely we'll see any real precipitation out of it, at least not along the coast. Some mountainous areas in Santa Barbara County, and more likely, Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, could see some thunderstorms over the next 36-48 hours.
Along the coastline and beaches, we're starting out with lots of low clouds and fog, and some mist closer to the water. That will dissipate as we move into the afternoon hours, but the marine layer will return tonight, as will the upper level clouds tomorrow. Some spots, like Morro Bay, may not completely clear their foggy conditions all day.
Overall, our temperatures look to be pretty typical for this time of year, though high pressure will begin to build by the end of the week and inland, that'll push the mercury up toward the 100-degree mark by the weekend.
Here's a look at today's high temperatures:
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