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Daytime highs slightly cooler Tuesday, marine layer continues to linger at the coast

Posted at 4:07 AM, Jun 25, 2019

Tuesday’s forecast will line up with the conditions that Monday brought. Once again, the morning commute will start with patchy fog and drizzle, mainly for the beaches and coastal valleys. By the afternoon, much of the fog will burn off for the coastal regions, however, some of our coastlines could experience lingering marine layer through the early afternoon.

Daytime highs will be cooler by a few degrees. The interior valleys will likely stay close to the mid-80s, while the coastal valleys could range from the upper 60s to mid-70s. As noted above, the marine layer will likely hug the coast through the early afternoon, which will result in daytime highs from the low to mid-60s at the beaches.

Onshore flow will cause breezy conditions for the interior valleys, where winds could range from 15 to 20 miles per hour with gusts up to 30 mph. Parts of the coastal valleys will notice some breezy conditions heading into the afternoon with wind speeds near 15 mph and potential for gusts to reach 20 mph. These breezy conditions will be in the forecast through at least the weekend, which could mean more opportunity for clearing along the coast.

Sunset near Hunter Liggett. #beonksby

Posted by Rick Evans on Tuesday, June 25, 2019