Sep 18, 2013 1:12 PM by Dave Hovde
Generally clear skies remain in the forecast through Thursday as offshore morning winds up to 15mph push out marine clouds and afternoon NW winds up to 20mph should keep any mixed out, but a cold front does slide through CA on Friday into Saturday.
Temperatures should be in a pleasant range of 60s and low 70s at beaches, 70s and 80s in coastal valleys with the interior near 90.
No rain here but in the Bay Area and north it is possible.
Locally, the front stalls and only produces night and morning marine low clouds with areas of fog and drizzle Friday into Saturday morning and shuts down the offshore flow.
Saturday afternoon and Sunday northwesterly winds develop along the coastline with cooler temperatures and mostly clear skies.
We warm again during the middle of next week.
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