|South swell hitting a certain reef in Big Sur. Can you spot the surfers way down below?|
Overnight fog moves into coastal locations, with some upper level clouds pushing inland a touch, helping keep the folks on the inside from baking too much. Don't get me wrong. Upper 80s expected in Los Gatos and low 90s in Tracy are not exactly cold days, but they are not too horrible. Here in Santa Cruz it will cool off at night with an early morning low of about 54F. Fog pulls out mid morning. About 10AM on the upper West Side and 1 PM out by Pleasure Point. Warming up to about 71F in the afternoon. Light north west breezes. Friday may have difficulty with pulling the fog out. Hell, most days look a bit grey at the water's edge. It is summer after all, and part of the reason I plan for a big New England tour this time of year.
Long term I don't see much in the sense of change. Maybe a warmer, and clearer period mid month, with some stronger breezes. But that is just all play in the models. High pressure looks to stay put in the eastern Pacific, with a thermal trough over the South West. Summer. Best bet for great weather right now will be up in the Sierra and in Tahoe. Or Maine.