We are starting the week cool, but we will end it with warmer and drier weather.
Cooler-than-normal temperatures remain for most coastal areas and some inland areas on Tuesday.
A system heading towards Northern California will produce rain to the northern part of the state, but Southern California will remain mostly dry.
Some drizzle is possible Tuesday overnight into Wednesday morning.The storm is ushering in cooler, and moist air making it easy for foggy conditions to redevelop.
High pressure will take over the west coast, Wednesday will be a transitional day with temperatures warming closer to normal. Santa Ana winds are expected Thursday and Friday with a big warm up starting on Veteran's Day.
Areas west of the mountains will be dry, sunny, and hot with 80s for the coast and 90s for inland communities. Relative humidity will average between 10 to 15%, elevating fire danger. Santa Ana winds will range from 30 to 40 mph, making it a weak to moderate Santa Ana event.
Temperatures will start to cool back down along the coast on Saturday, before spreading east into our inland communities on Sunday and Monday.
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