Posted: Aug 27, 2012 8:58 PM by Dave Hovde
Hot weather will be back inland Tuesday and Wednesday as high pressure expands West into the Central Coast.
That sets up a potentially strong inversion (a warm air cap) over the marine layer near the coast, which means where it sets up locally dense fog is possible in the night and morning hours. Due to the low inversion this should be limited to beach communities.
A cooling trend and an increase in marine layer cloud coverage is then expected after that through Friday as a weak West Coast trough develops.
Weekend temperatures for the weekend will likely be a few degrees below normal.
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