Posted: Jun 19, 2012 9:13 PM by Dave Hovde
Updated: Jun 19, 2012 9:13 PM
Temperatures are poised to jump again inland on Wednesday. An upper level ridge builds over the West however the surface flow is generally onshore so beaches and near coastal valleys remain mostly unchanged.
Summer solstice is officially at 4:09pm today as the sun is directly over the Tropic of Cancer. It is the longest day of the year. It is important astronomically however meteorologically summer weather begins June 1st and lasts through August while astronomically it officially lasts into late September as days progressively get shorter.
If you are looking for changes in the weather you'll get a little on Thursday and Friday as the afternoon breeze picks up. It'll help speed up the coastal clearing a little however on balance temperatures may not change a lot. It'll be more significant inland where the increased winds combined with a trough will allow cooler air to penetrate further inland, generally this time of year the inversion is so low cool air is trapped very close to the coast. Inland temps will make a run at 100 tomorrow but fade all the way into the low to mid 80s by the weekend.
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