Clouds and some patchy fog developed late Sunday night, we may wake up to a few of these clouds lingering in the early morning. Offshore winds will push all clouds out by the afternoon and sunny skies prevail. Santa Ana winds impact the Central Coast Monday and Tuesday. Highs for the day will be above average and in the 70s. Humidity will be low, but fire danger is not much of a concern today, as fire fuels are still moist.
High pressure builds in the Great Basin Tuesday, meaning Santa Ana winds will strengthen and temperatures will warm. Winds will continue to keep skies clear and highs for the day will be up into the 70s and 80s. Get outside and enjoy as it will be one of the warmest days of the workweek.
An atmospheric river arrives in the Pacific Northwest Wednesday, bringing impactful rain to the north. A front will move through the forecast area Wednesday and Thursday bringing a 20% chance of rain with it. Most models show the entire forecast area staying dry, so it is rather unlikely anything will develop, but we cannot rule out a pop up shower. If anything did develop, rain amount would be under a tenth of an inch. This front will bring a cooling trend Wednesday through the remainder of the week, temperatures will fall back below average.