Jul 3, 2014 6:39 PM by Dave Hovde
Today's high temperatures ranged from the mid 90s in the interior valleys to the mid 70s in the coastal valleys. Temperatures along the beaches were in the 60s.
I don't expect a lot of change for the Central Coast through the 4th of July.
Marine low clouds should develop during the evening of Fourth of July fireworks shows. However, the cloud base will likely be above 5 or 6 hundred feet which should allow decent viewing of fireworks shows.
Mid to high-level may reach the Central Coast Friday, that could also disrupt low level cloud formation. Another reason for optimism about fireworks displays.
Over the weekend the interior valleys will get hot, topping 100 by Sunday and Monday. Coastal valleys wil also warm to about 80s and even the beaches warm a tad into the 70s. But by Tuesday or Wednesday any warmup should be negated by increasing onshore flow.
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