Oct 28, 2012 10:16 PM by Kathy Kuretich
As offshore winds turn back onshore, winds will die down tonight and into Monday morning. Temperatures are also expected to drop, but they'll still be slightly above normal for most locations as we start the week.
Expect highs to reach in the low 80's inland, upper 70's for the coastal valleys and low 70's at the beach.
The marine layer will be hit and miss Monday morning as winds transition back onshore. Expect an increase in cloud cover on Wednesday (Halloween) as low pressure moves into the Central Coast. This will drop temps another 5 degrees or more and this system also could produce some light rain late Wednesday night into Thursday.
Monday and Tuesday look warm and sunny, but fall returns on Wednesday.
Have a great week!
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