An upper level system offshore is helping to direct mid-level moisture over the Bay Area as we wrap up the weekend, this is bringing a chance for some showers and enough cloud cover to help drop temps slightly to wrap up the weekend.
A chance for isolated thunder is also possible closer to the coastline at times, and based on satellite imagery its looking like the chance for showers may continue into the afternoon. A brief break and some clearing is expected by late day allowing temps to rise into the 70s to 80s for most of the Bay Area with a few 90s still possible in some inland valleys.
While low level winds remain onshore and westerly, higher up mid-level winds will continue to transport in more monsoon moisture through about Tuesday. By midweek, winds should be more in allignment with a WSW airflow aloft limiting monsoon moisture more to our east and over the Central and Southern Sierra.
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