Apr 2, 2013 4:34 PM by Dave Hovde
Wednesday looks like a very nice day before a chance of rain creeps into the forecast Thursday, unfortunately the rainfall will be very light (Tr to .25", a few north coast mountain spots could see .50").
Some low clouds and fog near the beaches overnight into Wednesday morning however they should clear, this will put most beaches in the mid 60s with coastal valleys in the 70s on Wednesday and the interior valleys in the lower 80s. Some north to northeast winds in the SB mountains bears some watching for possible advisories.
The front on Thursday looks to come in early and be pretty quick, the fact that it is moving so quickly will be the primary reason it doesn't put down much rain. In fact, if it comes in as early as 7am-9am as some models show, there should even be some afternoon clearing.
The issue after that looks to be cooler but much windier weather Friday through the weekend with onshore winds dominating. There will be a low pressure system near our area Monday but I don't think it'll do much as far as rain goes, however it could kick off even higher winds for Monday and Tuesday. Advisories are likely for early next week for a potentially strong wind event.
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