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Wednesday morning forecast – Nov. 6

A present marine layer returned for the coast with poor visibility and mainly cloudy skies. This is a persistent pattern that will continue to bring more sunshine for mid-day. Temps will also continue to hold above average for some areas. Daytime highs along the coast in the low to mid 70s and valleys in the upper 70s to low 80s.

Looking ahead, areas of patchy fog and cloudy skies will persist for Thursday morning. A ridge of high pressure will also build for Thursday with temps warming on Friday and into the weekend.

Saturday could be the warmest day out of the work week with temps well above average. Temps will dip slightly for Sunday but still remain relatively warm for the coasts and valleys. Overall, looking at a quiet weather pattern with relatively dry conditions through early next week.

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