High pressure builds over the region for Wednesday, which keeps our skies mostly clear and our temperatures almost ten degrees above average.
Today: Expect lots of sunshine and more warm temperatures for Wednesday. Along the coast, we'll see marine fog during the morning with partly cloudy skies later. Winds from the NW 5 to 10 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
Tonight: Temperatures will be cool with mostly clear skies for all inland locations. Along the coast, marine fog returns and lasts through the early morning hours.
Tomorrow: Most locations will stay dry and warm for Thursday, but east of the Cascades and in northern California there will be a slight chance for a shower. Elsewhere, expect mostly sunny skies.
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