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Today's Forecast

Mild Temps Continue

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    HIgh pressure weakens and will allow great weather ahead this weekend. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks your Microclimate Forecast. (Published Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016)

    MONDAY:

    Low clouds with spotty drizzle will linger through mid-morning inland turning to hazy sunshine into the afternoon.  Highs will again be fairly mild with temps in the 60s-70s across the coast and bay with mid 80s possible inland.  There will be some changes for Tuesday as an upper level system moves across Northern California, that is also meeting up with some increasing mid-level moisture streaming away from Hurricane Madeline near Hawaii.  This may be enough to trigger isolated thunder especially near the North Bay coastal mountains, though best odds appear to be Lake County northward. As this system clears, winds will be blustery at times near the coast and bay for Tuesday afternoon and evening. 

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