Apr 24, 2013 1:11 PM by Dave Hovde

Cooler weather inland as marine influence pushes deeper

A slower clearing day today with the onshore trends and deeper marine layer. temps mostly 60s at the coast and 70s in the valleys. There will also be some scattered high clouds when the lower level marine layer clears.

Night through morning low clouds and fog will persist into the weekend. As low pressure passes to the south some drizzle/shower is possible on the Southcoast. Temperatures will be cooler than normal today and then near normal through the weekend.

High pressure builds in on Friday. It should reduce the impact of the marine layer, meaning the interior warms and some of the coastal valleys but the beach communities may see very little overall change.

High pressure dominates the forecast into next week. There will be night through morning low clouds and fog through the period as the marine layer will be firmly established but the onshore flow will be somewhat diminished. The valleys warm up as the marine inversion will be low enough to keep out the cooling influence. Expect temps back into the 80s.

Monday night into Tuesday a weak impulse moves through which could temporarily cause a little better marine clearing, but we are talking about minor things here. A fairly typical spring pattern is in play with the temps at the beaches starting to be much cooler than the warming inland spots.



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