North Coast Weather Forecast: Monday, July 24th


For the rest of our evening hours, we will will continue to have an increase in clouds for the region. Some areas along the coastline can expect to have foggy and misty conditions tonight as well. Temperatures will drop to the 50s for lows and winds will be on the calm side. Getting into our Tuesday, we are looking to have a bit of a cloudy start to the day for the coastal areas. By the afternoon hours, we are expected to have plenty of sunshine around the region. Temperatures will be in the 60s through 90s around the North Coast and winds will be coming from the northwest around five to ten miles per hour. For the rest of the week, we are looking to have a bit of a cool down around our viewing area, but only by about five degrees. Inland cities can expect plenty of sunshine with a few clouds and coastal cities can expect a mixture of sun and clouds. For the upcoming weekend, temperatures will drop to the upper 80s for highs inland, and stay in the low 60s for the coast. Potential smoke and haze could still migrate into our area from the Flat Fire to our north. The fire has now burned over 22 thousand acres and is currently contained at three percent.