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Cloudy coast, cooler inland for first weekend of June

Increasing onshore flow will bring a cooling trend to inland areas through early next week and will keep persistent low clouds and fog in place with cooler temperatures along the coast. June gloom is here to stay for the coast, but more sunshine will be able to break through along with warmer temperatures the middle of next week.

Overall not much change in the forecast next several days. Marine layer remains fairly shallow but strong onshore flow and the strong ridge aloft are combining to generate typical June gloom conditions along much of the coast.

The increasing onshore flow will bring cooling to inland areas, it will likely not be as dramatic as expected for the weekend and interior areas will get into the 90s.

Monday we'll likely see a rapid deepening of the marine layer as the upper low finally swings through. Model soundings suggest at least a 4000' marine layer depth and with that possibly some drizzle for coast/valleys south of Point Conception. Probably not much clearing for coastal areas and possibly valleys as well. Temperatures will likely be the coolest of the week with most
coastal valleys in the lower 70s.

After the upper low moves through onshore flow is expected to weaken and possibly turn lightly offshore by Thursday. Temperatures will be warming up with a very good chance of above normal temperatures Thursday and especially Friday.

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Kelsey Gerckens

Kelsey Gerckens is chief meteorologist for NewsChannel 3-12. To learn more about Kelsey, click here.

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