Posted: Jun 26, 2012 10:03 PM by Dave Hovde
The forecast still showing signs of warming on Wednesday and Thursday as we have seen limited marine clouds and a broad upper level trough over the eastern Pacific. To our east we have a larger ridge of high pressure which has expanded from the desert. The upper level winds are from the southwest which is a dry flow at the moment, the lower level afternoon winds are from the NW and have been quite windy over the last few days.
The surface pressure doesn't look to be as great a contrast on Wednesday, so afternoon winds while breezy will likely fail to reach 30mph as they did on Monday and Tuesday.
Highs look to be in the upper 60s and 70s at beaches Wednesday with inland valleys returning to the 90s, Thursday looks nearly identical.
If you are looking for any signs of change it might be the strengthening of the inversion cap which could make coastal clouds and fog form up and clear more slowly on Friday into the weekend at beaches however coastal and interior valleys will likely still enjoy warm weather.
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