The cold, dry airmass that has brought near record lows and less fog has moved out of the region and a moist onshore flow will increase through the week. This will act to bring increasing fog and low clouds to the coast and west side valley locations which will keep overnight lows slightly warmer but afternoon highs slightly cooler as well. Fog may be dense at times so be sure to keep your low beams on so other vehicles can see you.
A low pressure is going to approach the region Wednesday and for the most part just bring increased cloud cover. This system will dive south and bring rain to central and southern California, but at this time it looks like we’ll only see a slight chance for isolated showers at the coast. We will continue to monitor this system and bring you the latest on Newswatch12. Even if this system brings rain, snow levels will remain above pass level, so travel impacts will be little to none.
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Meteorologist Megan Parry