Cloudy morning then mild to warm sunshine

Cloudy morning then mild to warm sunshine

KSBW 8 meteorologist Gina De Vecchio has your local weather forecast

A MIX OF LOW AND MID LEVEL CLOUDS CONTINUE THIS AFTERNOON WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR DRIZZLE ALONG AND NEAR THE COAST AGAIN TOMORROW MORNING. A GRADUAL WARMING AND DRYING TREND BEGINS BY MIDWEEK, HOWEVER, BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES PERSIST TODAY THROUGH FRIDAY FOR THE AFTERNOON HIGHS. BY SATURDAY, THE REGION WARMS BACK TO NEAR TO SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL CONDITIONS. WEDNESDAY WILL START OFF COOL AND THEN WARM TO A FEW DEGREES WARMER THAN TUESDAY MOST AREAS. FURTHER WARMING IS EXPECTED LATER IN THE WEEK. HIGHER THAN NORMAL DEWPOINTS THAT RANGE FROM LOWER TO UPPER 60S WITH TEMPERATURES CURRENTLY IN THE 70S TO LOW 80S, RESULTING IN THE AIR FEELING MUGGY. PEAK MUGGINESS WILL LIKELY BE TODAY AS A DRIER AIRMASS MOVES IN TONIGHT/TOMORROW AND PWAT VALUES ARE FORECAST TO DECREASE. SIMILAR TO THIS PAST MORNING, COASTAL AREAS IN THE NORTH BAY DOWN TO THE SAN MATEO COAST COULD SEE SOME LIGHT DRIZZLE AGAIN IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS WEDNESDAY. LOW CLOUDS AND PATCHY FOG ALSO LIKELY AGAIN OVERNIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY DURING THE DAY WILL SEE SIMILAR TEMPERATURES TO TODAY WIDESPREAD 70S TO LOW 80S. BY THURSDAY, THIS ANOMALOUS TROUGH THAT HAS BEEN PARKED OVER THE WEST COAST WILL BEGIN TO BREAK DOWN AS HIGH PRESSURE STARTS TO BUILD IN FROM THE DESERT SOUTHWEST. THIS PATTERN CHANGE WILL BE A MORE TYPICAL SUMMER-LIKE PATTERN FOR THE REGION. WITH THIS PATTERN SHIFT, A WARMING TREND WILL COMMENCE AND MORE SEASONABLE TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA ARE EXPECTED 60S TO 70S NEAR THE COAST, 80S IN THE INTERIOR. BY THE WEEKEND, MAX TEMPERATURES WILL BE TOASTY AGAIN WITH INTERIOR REGIONS REACHING THE LOW 90S. HEAT RISK REMAINS LOW THROUGH FRIDAY, BUT COME SUNDAY/MONDAY INTERIOR REGIONS WILL BE AT A MODERATE LEVEL FOR HEAT RISK, MEANING SENSITIVE POPULATIONS SHOULD USE CAUTION. WHILE THIS WARM UP WONúT RESULT IN TEMPERATURES IN THE TRIPLE DIGITS INLAND, THE INCREASE IN TEMPERATURES REGION-WIDE STILL WORTH EMPHASIZING AS TEMPS HAVE BEEN BELOW NORMAL THE LAST FEW DAYS. LOOKING FURTHER AHEAD, DETERMINISTIC AND ENSEMBLE LONG RANGE

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Cloudy morning then mild to warm sunshine

KSBW 8 meteorologist Gina De Vecchio has your local weather forecast

KSBW 8 meteorologist Gina De Vecchio has your local weather forecast

KSBW 8 meteorologist Gina De Vecchio has your local weather forecast

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