Posted: Jul 11, 2012 10:42 PM by Dave Hovde
Inland high temps are expected to soar on Thursday and 100-108 degree temperatures are possible again, the one thing perhaps slowing the temps a degree or two could be some considerable high cloud cover drifting in from the summer monsoon to our east.
Some of that moisture combined with heat could cause some late night and early morning convection over the SB county mountains, and anything that forms could drift to the west providing a minor chance of showers and storms in the forecast.
Outside of that the marine influence is strong at the beaches and coast with highs again expected to be in the 60s and 70s close to the coast with upper 70s and lower 80s in the coastal valleys.
Cooler this weekend as the ridge breaks down and highs return into the 90s in the inland areas, and even upper 80s next week which interestingly would be slightly below normal.
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