Jun 4, 2014 1:09 PM by Dave Hovde
Most areas will see warmer temperatures with most of the coastal valleys getting into the 70s while inland temps return to about 90. Beaches which experience the slowest clearing will be in the 50s and 60s.
There was still marine cloud cover this morning, however it did not push as far inland. This was expected as high pressure is building between now and the weekend. The marine layer will still be there but confined to the beaches and portions of near coastal valleys. So most areas will warm to close the work week but beaches likely see very little change. Still can't rule out more marine cloud drizzle during the night and morning hours when the marine layer cloud cover is most extensive.
Onshore winds look to be about 15mph into the weekend so coastal valleys will warm into the afternoon but onshore winds will cut down warming so no heat wave is expected, however inland temps will not get that free air conditioning and temps creep in on 100 by the weekend.
Some cooling develops again on Monday with the high pressure weakening and the marine influence expanding a bit, but inland temps likely stay warm/hot to start next week.
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