Typical June conditions are anticipated through early next week. Low clouds and fog will surge into the valleys each morning with clearing to the coast in the afternoon hours. Temperatures will cool noticeably today then fluctuate slightly Friday through Monday. For Tuesday and Wednesday, building high pressure will bring warmer temperatures and less coastal low clouds and fog.
Short term forecast: we'll see more night and morning clouds at the coast…some beaches may only see partial clearing. Generally mild all the way thru the weekend.
We`re firmly in the June doldrums now with minimal day to day changes next several days. The marine layer is in a deepening trend through Friday with a trough overhead but then lowering slightly Saturday as a brief ridge develops. Onshore flow will remain quite strong. Low clouds will clear most areas but could linger at some beaches through the afternoon. May have some morning drizzle at times. Temps will be dropping to near normal levels by Friday then just minor variations through next week.
Middle of next week temps will jump again as models are indicating a ridge of high pressure developing over The West.
For the extended period, a trough will move over the area Sunday/Monday then a ridge will build in from the west on Tuesday/Wednesday and temps will warm again, especially inland.