Cool temperatures, with gusty westerly winds, and patchy fog through tomorrow.
A wind advisory will be in effect from 5pm today until 11 am Wednesday. Wind gusts out of the west will range from 45 to 55 mph.
Tonight will be partly, with clouds increasing later tonight. Areas of patchy fog can be expected by morning from the coast to the mountains.
Temperatures will trend about 5 degrees below Wednesday, then a shift will begin. High pressure will develop over the region bringing back summery conditions. Thursday will be a transitional day, while the heat goes up on Friday, leading to above normal heat for the end of the week and weekend.
Saturday will be the hottest day west of the mountains, but the heat peaks on Sunday in the deserts.
Temperatures will trend above normal into early next week, but the numbers will start to drop on Tuesday.
Coastal waters are under either a Small Craft Advisory or Gale Warning through Wednesday, along with elevated surf.
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