Posted: Jul 3, 2012 9:41 PM by Dave Hovde
Updated: Jul 3, 2012 10:46 PM
One way to tell if marine clouds will impact fireworks displays on the 4th is by looking at conditions this evening as the meteorology doesn't look much different Wednesday.
As the case is some low clouds have re-developed along the beaches. That said it is not always just that we get clouds but if they are low and dense and right now that isn't the case. If anything the inversion shouldn't be as low (or strong) Wednesday as a trough passes to our north and cools inland highs.
Not much change through Friday, then a little warmer for the weekend.
In terms of the daytime conditions, expect morning clouds then afternoon clearing before re-formation of coastal clouds Wednesday evening. Beach highs in the 60, coastal valleys in the lower 70s and lower 80s inland.
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