Finally we may have escaped the grasp of the “May Gray”!
We’re still expecting patchy fog in the mornings throughout the week and possibly even some mist/drizzle – but those will clear out by the afternoons.
Temperatures will continue their upward climb as the week goes on, with temperatures already 5-10 degrees greater Monday than they were Sunday.
In our upper levels, a ridge of high pressure will end shower chances except for a few stray showers. Thunderstorms are possible in the mountain areas of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties Tuesday afternoon through the end of the week.
— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) May 27, 2019
Long range models show temperatures could hit triple digits next week!
Time to put away to the umbrella and bring out the sunscreen!
A different look on visible imagery this aft. Gravity waves can been seen over #SLOCounty #KernCounty. Also called cloud streets, the clouds are formed when air molecules oscillates up and down in the atmosphere. #CAwx @NWSHanford pic.twitter.com/IvbYjjURdS
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) May 28, 2019