Aug 11, 2014 2:28 PM by Dave Hovde
There is an upper low off the northern CA coastline. It brings a slight chance of thunderstorms to the interior of SB county (also LA and Ventura county mountains as well) otherwise it'll not actually produce a lot of actual 'weather' however it will encourage more monsoon moisture to continue to pull up from the south. At the mid levels (about 15000ft.) may also pull haze from the northern CA and Oregon fires to the south. This can produce some very orange or red looking sunsets.
Outside of that at the coast it'll be continuing night and morning marine clouds at the coast with 70s for the coast and beaches in the middle 60s with interior temps in the lower 90s. If there is a trend this week it'll be flat tomorrow with temps dropping a bit Thursday and Friday before a little rebound into the weekend all around seasonal norms.
It'll get less muggy later this week as monsoon shifts east.
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