North Coast Weather Forecast: Tuesday, August 22nd

Getting through the rest of our Tuesday, we can expect to have mostly clear skies, however, many of us will continue to have smoky and hazy conditions from the wildfires. Temperatures will drop to the 50s for overnight lows and winds are expected to be on the calm side for lower elevations, and increasing a slight bit, up to ten miles per hour in higher elevations. Some areas could have patchy fog and a few clouds for the overnight hours. To kick off our Wednesday, we will have a few clouds for the morning hours, otherwise more sunshine for most of the region, with thicker smoke staying mostly in Del Norte County. Temperatures will be a slight bit warmer as well, increasing to the mid 60s to mid 90s for the viewing area. Thursday looks to be the hottest day for the next seven days, with highs in the upper 60s to upper 90s. However, we will continue to decrease the temperatures back to the low 60s to mid 80s by the beginning of next week. A mix of sun and clouds can be expected with more clouds sticking to the coastal areas, and more “clear” skies staying inland.

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