Coastal showers are now diminishing along the coast, but I can't rule out a stray shower or storm through midday. The rain will be shifting inland this afternoon as the seabreeze pushes them to the ENE. Highs will top out near 90.
A wind shift gets going slowly tomorrow from the WSW winds we have been seeing to the SE winds that typically dominate our summers. That means it will warm up to the low 90s, one or two degrees warmer than now, and storms will be more focuses toward the coast and in the afternoon.
Today: A 30% chance for showers and storms along the coast this morning, 40% chance later this afternoon mainly inland. Winds will be WSW 10 mph with a high near 90.
Tonight: Partly cloudy with an isolated shower along the coast. Winds will be light with lows in the mid 70s.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy skies with scattered showers and thunderstorms 40% mainly in the afternoon. SE winds will return keeping those afternoon showers and storms closer to the coast. Winds will be SE-W 10 mph with a high of 91.
Thursday: Partly cloudy with scattered afternoon showers and storms 40%. Winds will be SE-W 10 mph with a high near 92.
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