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Warming Wednesday, cool and cloudy conditions are around the corner

Expect to see a few areas of clouds Wednesday morning. High pressure helps the marine layer retreat back to the ocean by midday and the entire viewing area will see sunnier skies by the evening. With the added sunshine, we can expect a degree or two of warming near the beaches as highs make it back into the middle to upper 60s. The interior and valleys will see a more noticeable change, as temperatures climb back into the 70s and lower 80s. It will be the perfect day to be outside, so grab those pickleball sets and enjoy the sunshine while it lasts!

Onshore flow increases, bringing more clouds and possible drizzle Thursday morning. Parts of the Central Coast will see a break in the clouds by the late evening while the marine layer hugs the coast. Temperatures will cool back down into the upper 50s and lower 60s near the beaches while the interior will warm into the 70s. Overnight lows cool into the 40s and 50s with more cloud cover and visibility concerns.

A dense stratus deck produces more drizzle on Friday. Most clouds will fail to clear by the coast and temperatures cool even further. Were tracking cooler air from the Pacific Northwest that will shift south bringing stronger onshore flow and cool, moist air. By the Memorial Day weekend clouds begin to clear by the evening and temperatures stay around 6-12 degrees below average. It will still be a perfect weekend for some barbecuing, outside activities and soaking in some sunshine.

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