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Warmer weather developing

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Today's lingering stationary front is finally dissipating.  High pressure will start to nose in over the next few days.

At first we'll be on the east rim of the developing surface high which will produce NW winds, 15-25mph in the afternoon on Wednesday and nearly as strong Thursday.  Temps will push into the upper 60s and lower 70s for highs. (note: areas of low clouds and fog will develop overnight in wind sheltered valley locations. This will clear in the morning)

Friday morning the offshore winds will be more dominant, in fact in some upper elevations and in passes and canyons it could exceed 30mph.  

This will keep skies clear and push temps into the upper 70s and 80s for some and 90 degrees inland is possible Saturday before the ridge weakens Sunday to give back 2-5 degrees of temperature.

Early next week a pronounced trough will again cool temps and bring in marine influence with afternoon breezy conditions. A pattern typical of spring.

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