Sep 16, 2013 2:59 PM by Dave Hovde
Cooler weather will develop over the next few days as an upper-level trough will passes through California.
There will be morning coastal low clouds and fog, which is somewhat common but something we have not seen a lot of this summer will develop: wind. Behind that low a surface high pressure system will nose in and NW winds at the coast crank up: 15-30mph Tuesday afternoon before decreasing later Tuesday evening.
Higher winds produce a trade off, it'll mix out the early marine clouds but the stronger onshore wind flow will also drag down temps.
Interestingly Wednesday and perhaps Thursday as well, the morning winds look light to perhaps slightly offshore before becoming strongly onshore in the afternoon. This will produce generally clear skies and mild temps.
Finally a real cold front pushes through the area this upcoming weekend for more wind and cooler temperatures, could even produce some coastal drizzle Saturday morning. It'll start feeling more like fall for a few days before temps mount a rebound next week.
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