Clouds and fog will roll into some areas tonight with lows in the 40s.
An onshore wind will keep the coast cooler Monday. The day will start gray with clouds for many, and some areas of fog. Sunshine will gradually develop during the morning. Highs will be near 60 at the coast where clouds will linger the longest. With more sun, inland towns rise into the mid and upper 60s.
Drizzle and fog redevelop Monday night. Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with a few showers. It will start to feel more muggy as a southerly wind continues.
A slow-moving cold front moves in Wednesday with heavier rain. It will be a wet and windy day with downpours moving through. One to three inches of rain are possible, which we desperately need. Showers may linger for a while Thursday, before drier air moves in from the west.
Friday and Saturday look great with a return to sun and dry weather.
Have a great week.
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