Posted: May 6, 2012 7:44 PM by Kathy Kuretich
Weather will stay pretty consistent for the start of the work week --above normal temperatures, and clear skies. Temps will be hot inland, topping out in the low 90's, while the coastal valleys will be in the upper 70's and low 80's. Beach communities will be pleasant in the lower 70's. Offshore flow has been contributing to the warm temperatures, but things may change by Wednesday, when more onshore winds will cool us down, slightly.
By Wednesday, we'll see those temps drop to low 70's in the coastal valleys, and upper 60's at the beach, but still quite mild with clear skies dominating this week.
No threats of rain at all in the six-day forecast. Overall, an above normal week to start things out, but by mid week, we'll return to normal temps.
Have a great one!
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