Jul 25, 2014 5:03 PM by Dave Hovde
Microclimte conditions will be easy to spot in the forecast this weekend as marine low clouds and fog with afternoon clearing will keep beaches and near coastal valleys mild (outside of some mugginess). Interior temps will be quite warm with highs in the mid to upper 90s and also higher humidity which will make it feel quite toasty.
The mid-level steering flow is pushing in monsoonal moisture and there is an ongoing chance of a few occasional rain drops thru the weekend, but I don't think it'll dominate the weather. I think the best chance is later Saturday night into early Sunday but I also believe it is best to broad brush the overall opportunity thru the weekend as impulses look to push thru the flow.
There are actually not a lot of changes in the pattern thru about Wednesday. I think Thursday looks to get windy along the coast with NW winds up to about 30 so that'll mix out marine clouds and ultimately drive some cooler air inland.
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