Posted: Jul 30, 2012 12:39 PM by Dave Hovde
The Central Coast will have two dramatically different weather regimes through the next week (at least), as high pressure doesn't look to budge for a while the beaches will have night and morning clouds and mild temperatures while interior sections bake under plenty of sunshine.
The marine inversion looks to stay at about 1000 ft meaning coastal cooling won't make it far inland. Beaches will see 60s and 70s this week, coastal valleys in the 70s and 80s while the interior valleys will hovver in the upper 90s to about 100 degrees.
Due to the positioning of the upper ridge it does look like monsoon humidity will stay clear of the area which at least means it'll be a so-called 'dry heat' for the interior valleys.
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