Sep 17, 2013 1:47 PM by Dave Hovde
An upper level trough of low pressure swings through the area today through Wednesday temperatures will cool and some overnight low clouds and fog can be expected for the coast and valleys. Afternoon winds will be strong today, up to 30mph but not as hefty on Wednesday and Thursday with weak morning offshore winds but steady afternoon onshore up to 20 or 25mph.
Some ridging in the upper levels will bring temps up a bit Thursday.
An early season cold front will stall along the Central Coast Friday into Saturday.
Winds will calm down and the marine layer will firm up producing some coastal drizzle Saturday morning, but by Saturday afternoon it looks windy which will clear out the skies but we'll stay a few degrees below seasonal norms. Sunday also looks clear and breezy with temps a few degrees shy of average.
We should start warming again by the middle of next-week.
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