Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

A weak warm front is bringing us some extra cloud cover this morning. As the day goes on we will see decreasing cloud cover and by the afternoon more sun. Since we will see more sun today that means we will have a warmer day than yesterday.



Forecast

  • Today:  Sunny and warmer. Temperatures running 5-10 degrees warmer than yesterday. The marine layer will increase along the coast as the day progresses. Winds variable 5-15.
  • Tonight:  Clouds increasing from the west. Marine drizzle is possible at the coast. Temperatures will remain mild overnight.
  • Tomorrow:  The incoming cold front will bring in scattered showers to the coast, and some isolated activity for the west side. Cloud coverage will make temperatures run 5-10 degrees cooler in the afternoon. Showers break apart quickly. Clouds for the Basin and Northern California.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

A weak warm front is bringing us some extra cloud cover this morning. As the day goes on we will see decreasing cloud cover and by the afternoon more sun. Since we will see more sun today that means we will have a warmer day than yesterday.

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