Quiet and dry weather pattern develops into mid-month

Posted at 10:34 AM, Nov 04, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-05 00:57:25-05

A large area of high pressure is just off the West Coast and looks to stay parked there this week.

As a result, we'll see a pattern we have seen before offshore winds developing during each morning, turning northwest and picking up pace in the afternoon to 10-20mph. This pattern will repeat through Friday, if not longer.

Offshore morning winds will push marine clouds out of the valleys but at the beaches it isn't clear if it will be strong enough to push back some occasional night and morning clouds.

This week coastal lows will range from the low 40s with highs in the 70s. The beaches should see 60s for highs with 40s for lows and Inland temps will bottom out in the 30s but still hit 80s for highs due to the dryness of the air.

If you are looking for will ahve to wait until the 17th or 18th for a chance. Models have indicated a potential pattern shift but honestly the confidence is low at this point.