Jun 23, 2014 6:45 PM by Dave Hovde
Night and morning marine clouds with afternoon clearing is a staple forecast in June and this week is no exception. The general question this time of year is how deep will the clouds get and when will they clear, and under the current circumstances clearing in the afternoon looks likely with generally breezy conditions in the afternoons.
Beach his in the 60s but coastal valleys will get into the 70s and lower 80s the next few days with inland temps remaining in the 90s.
Cooler conditions will come Thursday as an upper-level trough sweeps across the Central Coast. Rain north of here (perhaps as far south as Monterey County) but not likely this far down the CA coastline.
Winds will however pick up with this transition, late-night and morning marine low clouds with areas of drizzle and cooler temperatures mid-week into the weekend.
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