Posted: Apr 30, 2012 4:17 PM by Dave Hovde
Pretty typical spring conditions around the Central Coast this week with the coastal marine clouds and inland sunshine making the Central Coast the home of the microclimates.
Tuesday looks to see some locally stubborn marine clouds, some beaches may not see any sun and that'll keep the highs there in the lower 60s. Coastal valleys will see partial clearing for highs in the mid 60s, inland areas will see highs back off from the 80s and 90s of the weekend into the 70s this week. Very pleasant.
In terms of wind, afternoon flow near the coast will be NW about 15mph, relaxing at night but still onshore enough to return the marine clouds. Inland afternoon winds will occasionally near 15mph from the SW in upvalley fashion.
The marine clouds may occasionally produce pockets of drizzle.
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