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Weak high-pressure continues to bring warm temperatures

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Tuesday will be another day of above average temperatures. On average, daytime highs will range from the mid-60s to high 70s. A weak high-pressure system in California is keeping those temperatures warm, however, by Thursday temperatures will decrease to the mid-60s.

Partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies are in the forecast for Tuesday with breezy offshore winds. Conditions will be mostly clear throughout the morning and afternoon before increasing cloud coverage is expected to blanket the area by Tuesday night that will continue into Wednesday. Winds will generally stay between 10-20 miles per hour Tuesday morning and will slightly increase in the afternoon but remain below advisory levels.

Rain is on the way and models show there’s a chance of rain Thursday and Friday, but the system will be more widespread by Saturday.  Right now rain potential is ranging from 0.50’’ to over one inch of rain by the end of the weekend throughout the area but those numbers could change as this storm gets closer.

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