Posted: Oct 5, 2012 6:02 PM by Kathy Kuretich
Temperatures should remain close to normal for Saturday and most of Sunday, but an upper level low spinning off the Pacific will begin to move into the Central Coast for the beginning of the week.
That will cool temps even further to slightly below normal and keep the high clouds in place for most of the week.
Saturday, temps will top out in the mid to low 80's for the interior valleys, mid to low 70's for the coastal valleys and mid to low 60's for the beaches.
Northerly winds should push out the marine layer early-but high clouds will stick around for the weekend.
There's a 20-percent chance of rain for Tuesday and Wednesday, but it won't amount to much--if any at all.
We'll track the system this weekend... as things may change.
Have a great Saturday!
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