North Coast Weather Forecast: Monday, September 25th


As we head through the rest of our Monday evening, rain showers will continue to be in the region, but will taper off a bit, becoming more of light sprinkle later tonight. Temperatures will drop to the 50s and winds will be much more calm, coming from the south around five to ten miles per hour. For our Tuesday, we can expect to start the day with a few more developing showers for the region, mostly staying along the coast, then more sunshine in the afternoon hours. Temperatures will be in the low 60s to mid 70s for highs and winds will continue to come mostly from a southern direction around five to ten miles per hour. A few lingering showers can be expected to move in as we get into the middle of the week, which will all be a part of the same low pressure system. Highs will be in the 50s through 70s across the North Coast area. By next weekend, we are looking to increase the temperatures a little bit again, hitting the 60s through 80s by next Sunday, but with the amount of rain we are looking to get, we can expect to have higher levels of humidity and steam all over.