Today will offer a repeat of yesterday’s weather, complete with the dense morning fog to start the day. Poor visibility will be found on area roadways but conditions will improve by mid-morning. Skies will become partly sunny as highs climb into the low 80s throughout the interior. As winds turn to the southeast, the afternoon seabreeze may trigger an isolated inland shower in the afternoon but the chance is very low, at about 10 percent.
Partly cloudy skies will persist into the evening hours. Lows will be mild again, in the low 60s. Areas of fog are possible late.
Wednesday, breezy southerly flow will take over and boost temperatures into the mid-80s. This will be the warmest day of the week before changes set in on Thursday with an approaching cold front. This feature is projected to stall out nearby and keep rain chances and cooler temperatures lingering into the weekend.
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