by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist
One more day of really nice daytime highs with the morning offshore flow should produce more temps in the low 80s in the coastal valleys and mid-70s along the beaches.
In the interior valleys, lows will drop to the mid-30s yet the highs recover to the 70s.
You’ll know a weather change has begun when onshore winds return Thanksgiving day. At the coast the temps will come down, but for most it’ll be a very mild Thanksgiving in the 70s. Skies will become partly cloudy with some occasional marine clouds returning at the coast.
Friday looks pleasant but the onshore flow continues.
Saturday night we could see a minor chance of rain, the bulk of the next storminess waits until later Sunday.
Winds will become quite strong from the south over the course of Sunday, and rain (with heavy potential) developing in the late evening with the heaviest rain Monday into Tuesday, rain may even continue into Wednesday.
Generally the rain potential looks to be between 1-3” but some hills could see rain totals exceed 4”.
Stay tuned as this forecast talks about conditions nearly a week away there are certain to be many forecast adjustments.