Monday, January 17, 2022
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Monday, January 17th, 2022

Marine Layer Clouds; Late-Week Warmup | Chief Meteorologist Dan Romano

Marine layer clouds brought plenty of shade to many coastal communities earlier this afternoon, and they’re only going to spread inland down the usual river valleys later tonight. Fog and mist are also expected with visibilities potentially dropping below one mile at times.

Those clouds will try to thin out tomorrow morning, with patches of sunshine developing along the coast in the afternoon. Temps will be seasonably cool thanks to the added clouds, with widespread highs in the 50s expected.

A weak piece of energy will swing through the region early Wednesday, and it’ll likely kick up a few more clouds as well. Temps will top out in the 50s, with occasional drizzle at the coast possible at night.

As high pressure lifts up to the north along the Pacific Northwest, light offshore winds will being to develop for the later part of the workweek. This will create sunnier skies all the way to the coast, with a slow and steady warming trend as well. By Thursday, interior highs will be back in the 60s, temps at the coast climbing into the low 60s starting Friday. Even warmer weather is expected this weekend, with interior valleys inching into the upper 60s by Sunday.

Thanks for reading and enjoy the start to your workweek!

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Dan Romano

Chief Meteorologist
Chief Meteorologist Dan Romano’s passion for weather began when he was very young. When asked by his first-grade teacher why he loves his parents so much, Dan answered, “Because they let me watch the Weather Channel instead of… (Read More)