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Apr 7, 2014 2:01 PM by Dave Hovde

Offshore morning winds drive warm weather until later this week

Some of the warmest highs in the coastal valleys today should reach the lower 80s, perhaps a few reaching the mid 80s, which should make it the warmest day of the week. Beaches in the 70s with mostly clear skies. Tuesday looks similar with temps looking a degree or two cooler because the offshore push should be a tad weaker. The only place bucking that trend should be the interior where some valleys could see temps near 90 on Tuesday.

Winds turn northwest Wednesday and Thursday which will mean some night and morning low clouds and fog could return. Temps will cool and most coastal highs will drop. Coastal valleys could still squeak out 80 on Wednesday, but 70s Thursday and could even be in the upper 60s for highs to close the week.

Late Friday a cold front moves through the Central Coast, it'll increase the NW winds up to 30mph but unlikely to produce rain (perhaps marine drizzle).

It is getting late in the rain season and models don't have anything in the way of real rain in projections.



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