Posted: Jun 17, 2012 7:00 PM by Kathy Kuretich
The marine layer will continue to hug the coastline as it deepens Sunday night and into Monday morning. In fact, it will remain this way for the next few days.
High pressure has been the cause of the above normal temperatures, especially in the interior valleys, but it's begun to break down, which will cool things down slightly for Monday and Tuesday.
But high pressure will rebuild Wednesday, giving the Central Coast the warmest day of the week.
Overall, a clear warm week for the interior valleys in the mid to low 90's, while the coastal valleys will be in the mid to low 70's. Beaches should be in the mid 60's.
Have a great week!
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