Deepening marine layer could produce drizzle Tuesday morning

Posted at 5:27 AM, Sep 04, 2018

A foggy morning could produce morning drizzle throughout the Central Coast ahead of a mostly sunny day. Temperatures will be consistent with Labor Day and will stay there through Wednesday ahead of warming.

Inland valley daytime highs will continue to be around the mid-80s to mid-90s on Tuesday but as high pressure builds over the state on Thursday, expect warming that could reach the triple digits.

A little bit of a different story will be in the forecast for the Coastal Valleys. Daytime highs will pretty much stay within the low to upper 80s range throughout the week. At the beaches, temperatures will be in the usual spot and around the upper 60s and mid-70s throughout the week.

Northwesterly winds will stay around 10 to 15 miles per hour on Tuesday but will increase heading into the latter half of the week when temperatures start to warm up.