More Sunshine, Warmer Monday

Ivan Schwartz
November 14, 2017

Friday: Expect a sunny and warm day. Temperatures will climb into the upper 60s to near 70 degrees.

Wednesday: The clouds will return on Wednesday along with a 60 percent chance for rain in the afternoon and evening hours. Low temperatures will drop down into the mid 40's area-wide. A weak backdoor cold front will begin to edge in over the northeast but will have only minor affects on our weather. A slight chance for a few isolated showers returns to the forecast by Thursday and Friday ahead of the next cold front.

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FRIDAY NIGHT/SATURDAY: Models indicate a more dynamic system towards the end of the week, but differ slightly on timing. For now, I'm leaning with the Euro solution which brings in the bulk of the rain on Saturday. After that, we will clear out for the rest of the day with a mostly sunny and warmer afternoon in the low 60s. Overnight lows will be in the low to mid 40s by Monday morning.

Temperatures in coastal valleys will reach the low 70s, beaches will reach the high 60s while north county will reach the high 60s to low 70s.

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