Early marine layer stays in the forecast this week with an onshore flow. One small area of low pressure looks to pass far enough South tomorrow to keep us dry, but will continue to be watched for any sprinkles in the forecast.
Temperatures will begin to cool after today, reaching only the upper 60s for the coast and inland valleys as a weather system approaches for Thanksgiving. Rain looks very likely for Thanksgiving day, then again on Saturday. Rainfall amounts could be up to 0.5” Thursday. Saturday’s rain looks much less with up to 0.25” potentially.
As of now, Thursday’s rain looks to begin overnight Wednesday, then through the morning and possibly mid-day Thursday. We’ll be in WEATHER ALERT most likely beginning at 11pm Wednesday night as the rain approaches and WEATHER ALERT on Thursday.
Saturday’s rain looks mostly early, but that may very well change as we get closer.
FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Monday
Coast: AM clouds to sun – low 70s
Inland: Mostly sunny – mid 70s
Mountains: Sunny – upper 50s
Deserts: Sunny – mid 70s