Posted: Oct 19, 2013 6:43 PM by Victoria Johnson
High pressure will linger across the region. Only minor changes are expected in our forecast through the middle of next week. Dense fog will persist along the Central Coast stretching down to Los Angeles through Sunday morning. By Sunday night, the marine layer will be more widespread. Temperatures will gradually drop through Monday and an increase in cloud cover is expected. By Monday night getting into Tuesday, the offshore flow should limit cloud cover. A slight warming trend and decrease in cloud cover is expected for Tuesday and Wednesday. As for winds, there aren't any major influences reported other than offshore breezes in wind prone areas. Wednesday and Thursday, a deeper marine layer is expected as well as a decrease in temperatures.
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