Monday, July 15th, 2019
Sunshine Has Returned To Start The Week!| By: Eric McCormick
Happy Monday, folks! Coastal clouds have been much more cooperative than they were yesterday at this time, with most folks in the sunshine by 8 or 9 am this morning. It will be a very nice rest of the afternoon, with just mid and high clouds streaming by overhead. Eventually, the low coastal clouds will redevelop and surge inland, but this will be later in the evening and night. Highs today will range from the mid 60s at the coast to upper 80s inland. One or two showers may develop in Siskiyou County, with an isolated lightning strike possible.
Coastal clouds will develop and move back onshore tonight, potentially even before the sun goes down. Another night of patchy mist and fog will be in store, with mainly clear skies further inland. Mid 50s are likely across the viewing area for overnight lows.
Winds will pick up a bit tomorrow across the area, with gusts to near 25 mph at times, as a weak front fizzles out off the coast. Otherwise, another tranquil day with coastal cloud chances and inland sunshine will commence.
Inland areas will go on a warming trend through Thursday, with low 90s expected. We continue to track a weak cool front that is expected to slide in from the north late Thursday and into Friday. This will cool inland temps back down into the mid 80s, and bring lower dew points for everyone across the region. At the coast, our overnight lows will likely fall down closer to 50°, which is more typical for us. We maintain a dry forecast through the weekend.
Heat looks like it will try to start building back into our inland zones for Sunday and next week, with 90s likely back in the picture. The coast stays comfortable in the 60s.
Have a great Monday, and enjoy the sunshine!
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