North Coast Weather Forecast: Wednesday, October 25th


For the rest of our Wednesday evening, we are looking to have patchy fog along the coast, otherwise mostly clear skies. Temperatures will drop to the 20s and 30s for overnight lows (BRR) and winds are expected from the east around five to ten miles per hour. All of the North Coast viewing area will be some freeze or frost alert as we get through the Thursday morning hours. For our Thursday, alerts will expire around 10 in the morning with more sunshine coming in for all of us. Temperatures will be in the 50s and a bit in the 60s for highs. Winds will be coming from the north around five to ten miles per hour. Plenty of sunshine can be expected for the region as we get through the rest of the week and the upcoming weekend as well. Clouds will start to move back into our viewing area later Monday afternoon of next week and another patch of showers and drizzles will be in the region next week Wednesday, giving our first day of November a bit of a wet start.