North Coast Weather Forecast: Wednesday, April 26th

Plenty of warmer temperatures for the viewing area for our Wednesday. Some highs were in the 80s across the region. As we get into the evening hours, we are looking to have temperatures drop to the 40s and low 50s across the region. Patchy fog can be expected as we get closer to the midnight hours as well. Skies are expected to be on the clear side and winds will be calm. We could also have some dew on our lawn and cars as we start our day tomorrow. A few clouds are expected to drift over the North Coast areas heading into our Thursday, otherwise, nothing major is expected. Warmer temperatures will be in the region once again, ranging from the mid 60s to the low 90s! Winds will be coming mostly from a northwestern direction up to ten miles per hour. Our Friday will be very nice out as we close out this week as well. Temperatures are expected to be in the 60s through the low 90s. A mix of sun and clouds are expected as we continue through our afternoon hours as well. Some light showers could develop, staying mostly to the southern portion of Humboldt county. A low pressure system is expected to move along the coast area as we get through the second half of this weekend, which will bring us cooler temperatures and scattered showers and possible snow for the higher elevations. Temperatures will drop to the 50s and 60s for highs by Sunday and will continue to stick in this range for the first half of next week as well.

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