Posted: Oct 2, 2012 9:17 PM by Dave Hovde
Onshore winds will slowly develop as ridge of high pressure dominating the region the last couple days finally moves to the east.
In fact, some low dense clouds are possible by morning at the beaches as a strong inversion layer exists.
Temperatures will still get into the mid 70s to the 80s near the coast Wednesday and 90s inland but that is far removed from the record heat of the last few days. Beaches in the 60s to about 70. An afternoon breeze up to 20mph will have a significant impact.
More cooling on Thursday, a slight temperature rebound on Friday before a weekend in the upper 60s and lower 70s for the coast and mid 70s and lower 80s inland. Next week starts with below normal temperatures.
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