Posted: Feb 25, 2013 8:59 PM by Dave Hovde
Updated: Feb 25, 2013 9:32 PM
High pressure will be firmly in place over the California Coast in this forecast. There are actually two areas of high pressure, one off the coast and one inland. Nights and mornings we'll see offshore winds with afternoon onshore winds. The offshore should be strong enough to keep skies clear, this will produce both warmer highs but also cool overnight lows due to the dryness of the air.
At the upper levels a ridge in the jetstream will amplify producing even warmer temperatures as the week progresses. Upper 70s to about 80 is in the forecast for Friday and Saturday (near the coast, inland will be in the lower 70s), we'll cool 5 to 10 degrees Sunday as high pressure looks to break down a little.
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