|Santa Cruz County sea bluff.|
Down here along the coast, we should see some rain tomorrow. North of the city, it may start some time in the morning. Along the Monterey Bay, it will hold off until late afternoon or evening. Perhaps up to an inch in part of Marin. Over two inches in the northern counties. About a quarter of an inch is expected in Monterey. You can figure out what is between. But these amounts are huge for June. Santa Cruz averages just .2 inches for the month, and we received more than that already. Wet roads are likely for the afternoon commute. Showers may continue overnight, so expect some slick roads Wednesday morning. And you can take a few days off from watering your lawn and garden. Again, mother nature is buying the next round of drinks.
|Mmmm. Tomato Season has begun.|
So in short we see clouds and rain Tuesday. Heavy fog in the morning. Perhaps a touch of drizzle to start the day Wednesday, and then clearing by afternoon. Morning fog resumes Thursday and a warming trend begins. Peak in on Saturday with mid 80s around the Bay. Slight cooling for the rest of the weekend and the fourth.