The similar June Gloom pattern we’ve been seeing this week will continue into the end of the week with a thick marine layer developing over coastal areas in morning and evening hours.
These low clouds trickle into valleys to bring patchy fog and chance of drizzle in the morning.
#Beonksby….Looking towards Atascadero this morning @ 6:20 am…From up on hill off of Hwy 41 E. Templeton..
Temperatures will back off a bit before the weekend, inland areas will see daytime highs in upper 70’s and low-80’s, coastal valleys low-70’s and low 60’s at the beaches.
Onshore wind influence will keep those temperatures cooler than normal, with skies clearing for coastal valleys and interiors by the afternoon.
Beaches look to stay cloudy most of the day Wednesday and Thursday.
— Megan Healy (@HealyMegan) June 19, 2019
Temperatures look to take a cooling trend Thursday as marine layer deepens and gets more stubborn to clear.
Winds could pick up Thursday afternoon in valleys.
An offshore trend is expected going into the weekend which will help clear marine layer clouds and allow for temperatures to rise.
Sunday looks to have close to seasonal norm daytime highs, but slightly cooler for coasts and coastal valleys.