The marine layer will bring back low clouds and patchy fog into early tomorrow for the coast, and some of the valleys.
Breezy to gusty winds will continue to target the mountains and deserts each afternoon and evening this week, with westerly gusts reaching up to 45mph. Stronger winds are expected Thursday night into Friday with westerly winds reaching up to 50mph. Gusty westerly winds will be possible through Saturday.
Thursday is Bike to Work Day, expect temperatures in the mid-50s to low-60s and cloudy skies Thursday morning, mid-morning riders will enjoy bright sunshine. Conditions will be warmer by the afternoon, as bikers make their way home. It'll be a good day to dress in layers, in case they need to come off as we heat up later in the day. Please be safe and wear bright colors.
Near the coast we will see cloudy skies each morning into the weekend, for any walkers joining us for March of Dimes Saturday morning expect a cloudy start but the skies will clear mid to late morning.
Temperatures will begin warming gradually late week into early next week. Fire danger will be a greater concern over the deserts where the heat will be ongoing for the entire week with daytime highs staying near or above 100 degrees.
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