Breezy conditions will continue for the area most of Tuesday. Northwesterly winds will generally range from 10-25 miles per hour, with gusty conditions closer to 20 mph near the south coast region. Sundowner winds will be in place over the south coast Tuesday night, which will likely prompt another wind advisory.
The morning will start with some morning marine layer, fog and low clouds across the coastal valleys and beaches. Weather modeling is showing most of the cloud cover will start clearing about between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m., if not earlier.
Daytime highs at the beaches will be from the mid-60s to low 70s, and the coastal valleys will stay right around the upper 60s to mid-70s. The interior valleys will continue to bring the heat Tuesday as temperatures will range from the upper 80s to the low 90s, however, in comparison to Monday’s conditions, the inland areas will actually be a few degrees cooler.
The big question for this week, what will conditions be like for the Fourth of July? If the windy conditions continue through the end of the week, then most of the marine layer, fog, and fog should stay away from the coastline. However, some weather models are showing some cloud cover in the Five Cities area and at the coast Thursday night close 9 o’clock when most fire shows will begin. KSBY will continue to give daily updates on the holiday forecast.