Mar 15, 2013 3:07 PM by Dave Hovde
One more warm day on Saturday before a cooling trend starts, it'll be primarily fueled by higher northwest winds. A few minor disturbances are working through the jetstream flow to our north.
Inland highs will still be well ahead of normal (which is about 66 this time of year) and despite the increasing onshore flow coastal valleys also remain above normal (about 65), it'll be the beaches where the impact is the greatest and temperatures drop back into the lower 60s with night and morning marine clouds and the strongest afternoon breezes.
Quiet weather with generally partly cloudy skies until Tuesday when an upper low drops into the West. Clouds will increase and temps fall with showery rain either late Tuesday or Wednesday. Regardless this is yet another disappointing system in terms of rain potential, likely .25" or less variety. By Thursday we'll be back to partly cloudy skies.
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