Posted: Jul 31, 2012 12:56 PM by Dave Hovde
Updated: Jul 31, 2012 12:56 PM
The marine layer is very stubborn and shallow near the coast. That sets up another day of tremendous contrast between the beach temps and those inland.
A smaller upper level high sits anchored over California through Thursday so conditions are not expected to change much. Interior high temps should remain near 100 until the end of the work week.
Coastal conditions will be dominated by marine clouds at the beaches, coastal valleys will see early clouds with clearing and mild afternoon conditions. Afternoon breezes should remain under 20 mph.
A small change happens Friday as a trough starts to run into the persistant larger high over Texas, it'll cool inland areas a little (down into the lower 90s) but beach and coastal valley conditions will not change much.
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