Sunday, July 12, 2020

Friday, July 10th, 2020

Seasonably Quiet for the Weekend | By: Chief Meteorologist Dan Romano

It’s been a nice and pleasant end to the week as the clouds cleared out for our Friday afternoon. After spending the last few days on the cooler side, inland temperatures were seasonable this afternoon. However, we’re eyeing a warming trend that will have the potential to provide triple digit heat to parts of the North Coast by the middle of next week.

Low clouds will redevelop later tonight as temperatures drop into the 50s. Patchy fog and drizzle are possible by tomorrow morning too, but pockets of sunshine are expected by the midday hours as temps climb into the low 60s. Morning marine layer clouds should disperse from the our coastal communities a little quicker on Sunday creating a good amount of afternoon sunshine. That added sunshine will create a little more coastal warmth, with highs in the mid 60s.

Mostly clear skies are here for the foreseeable future away from the coast. Highs this weekend will be in the upper 80s to low 90s inland.

For the start of the following workweek, coastal winds will pick up allowing for mostly sunny skies as warmer temperatures. Highs on Monday and Tuesday will be in the upper 60s along the coast, and some communities could climb into the low 70s.

Away from the coast, highs in the low 90s to kick off the week will transition into the upper 90s just a few days later. In fact, some inland valleys could climb above the century mark on Wednesday and Thursday.

We hope you enjoy your day, and thanks for stopping by!

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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)

Eric McCormick

Eric joined the Redwood News Team in June of 2018. He has always had a passion for the weather, recalling many times watching from his window as thunderstorms were rolling in. His favorite weather memories come from his time… (Read More)