Evening through morning low clouds will linger across the Central Coast this week.
Some coastal communities could see light marine drizzle in the earlier hours during morning commutes.
Patchy fog is slow to clear out by the afternoon before building up again in evening hours.
Daytime highs will be just below normal across the coast and valleys and just above normal in the interior.
Max temperatures for beaches expected to hover in the mid-60’s, valleys low to mid-70’s and interior mid to upper 80’s.
Sunshine on Wednesday looks more promising as warmer air moves through the area and clouds burn off earlier.
Onshore flow bringing warm air and moisture increases Thursday into Friday likely keeping the “June Gloom” pattern.
Thursday and Friday also look to have the coolest temps of the week with daytime highs in the valleys up to 18 degrees below the seasonal norm and up to 6 degrees below normal at the coast.
Valleys could see increase wind gusts by the end of the week.
A warming trend is expected going into the weekend.