A cooling trend is officially underway, and it will continue through Saturday.
A strengthening onshore flow and deepening marine layer will usher in cooler weather, along with night and morning low clouds and patchy fog. A coastal eddy will help to spread the clouds from the coast into the valleys through Wednesday morning.
Temperatures will average near normal inland, while slightly cooler near the coast through Thursday. The opposite is expected in the mountains with temperatures still trending above average. A closed low pressure system will move over the Rockies on Sunday, bringing Santa Ana conditions, and a short lived warm up through Monday.
It looks like temperatures will drop back down on Tuesday and Wednesday, Thanksgiving Eve.
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