Mostly sunny and warm temperatures for your "National Grape Popsicle Day!"
Today: Dry, mostly sunny, and warm. Temperatures running a few degrees warmer for inland locations. Mild and partly cloudy for the coast. Winds: North 5-15 mph with gusts to 25.
Tonight: The marine layer will build again at the coast bringing back mostly cloudy skies and patchy fog. Inland, mostly clear with mild temperatures for the west side valleys, and chilly temperatures in the basin.
Tomorrow: Another dry and mostly sunny day for the inland locations. The coast will see the marine layer break down in the afternoon. Temperatures will be warmer by a few degrees, allowing some locations to get the highest temperature so far this year.
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