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Cooler temperatures at the coast, warm up on the way

Posted at 5:16 AM, Nov 07, 2018

Daytime highs at the beaches will continue to stay around the upper 60s to low 70s Wednesday with mostly clear skies. These conditions will change heading into Thursday and Friday as offshore flow develops in the morning hours and pushes most of any cloud coverage off the coast. This will bring temperatures up for the beaches and close to the low to mid-70s.

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Wednesday, the coastal and interior valleys will sit close to the mid to upper-70s. Temperatures will stay around this range for the interior valleys heading into Friday, however, the increasing offshore flow will cause temperatures to go back up to the 80s for the coastal valleys.

Fifteen to 25 mile per hour winds are in the forecast for Wednesday, which will likely keep most marine layer and cloud coverage to a minimum.