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So, yeah, that heat wave is wrapping up today. That was rough. Still pretty hot over the hill today before cooler air fills back in. South flow running right now, so that fog lingers. Water is still chilly, but warm pockets of water have been moving north. Small, weak wind swell is in the water. There is supposed to be some building south swell, but that will be pretty small. Still pretty glassy out there with mostly light winds. A storm will try to get into the PNW behind the high pressure to our north on Wednesday. This could shift our wind flow into a neutral and then northerly direction. The marine layer could become more entrenched, then blow out late Thursday. Temperatures remain cooler. Today, Monday, we will still see some low 70s, but the rest of the week has us in the upper 60s to just about 70F. South flow could return for the weekend. Regardless, it feels certain we will have variations on the grey morning scene for some time to come. Yay! Summertime!