Jun 8, 2014 7:32 PM by Victoria Johnson, KSBY news
High pressure will linger through Monday bringing well above normal temperatures, especially inland. However, the beach areas will remain cool and cloudy thanks to the marine layer. The areas at the beach will struggle to clear in the afternoon. Due to the fog, visibility may be a quarter of a mile or less at the beach communities in the late night and early morning hours through Tuesday. Winds over the next few days may reach up to 25 mph in the inland areas and valley locations. A cooling trend will begin Tuesday as low pressure will make an appearance along the West Coast. The marine layer should gradually deepen as the week progresses. There is a chance for patchy drizzle Tuesday morning north of Point Conception along the coast. Then, high pressure develops next weekend resulting in a warming trend.
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