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Saturday Evening Forecast Aug 29th

We enjoyed a very quiet day weather-wise. A moderate onshore flow remains in firm control over much of the Pacific Coast with patchy fog and seasonal temperatures. Look for more fog for the overnight along the coast and even in to the valleys for some. Temperatures will be mostly in the 60's. For Sunday, the morning clouds should give way to mostly sunny skies and another great day. Highs will be mostly in the 60's and 70's near the coast with 80's and 90's farther inland. Looking ahead, our mild steady onshore flow will hold through much of the upcoming work week. That means more of the same beautiful weather as we transition from August to September. However, high pressure will rebuild across the West Coast and that means another warm up will develop as we head in to Labor Day weekend. Wouldn't be surprised at all if the need for Heat Advisories/Warnings come back in to play. In addition, tropical moisture could also be drawn up from the south late next week and that's always something we keep a close eye on. Enjoy the mild and beautiful weather before the heat returns. We will keep a close eye on the extended forecast and update any changes ahead.

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