Good Thursday morning everyone!
It's a quiet start on VIPIR 7 Doppler Radar.
We had just a bit of dense fog over our western zones early on this morning, but it didn't last long.
Temperatures were once again very mild and feeling muggy, everyone started out somewhere in the 60s depending on your dew point temp.
Most dew points started off in the low 60s as we had a fairly robust sea breeze yesterday, and not much of a land breeze overnight.
Easterly winds this morning will cause any lingering fog to lift and disperse over those western zones by 9am. The rest of your morning will be sunny with temperatures warming fast.
We'll have highs today rivaling yesterday's afternoon temperatures, and they may even be a degree or so warmer tomorrow.
A few afternoon sea breeze showers will develop once again for today. One or two may be able to dive bomb the coast before fizzling out. The majority of the scattered showers will be north of the bays and heading north into the late afternoon.
A the lack of these sea breeze showers tomorrow(a handful rather than a spattering), and maybe a few less clouds in the afternoon, may push some inland temperatures up to 90°!
For today, mostly sunny skies with a few afternoon scattered showers. Highs today will reach the low 80s on the coast and upper 80s inland.
Your VIPIR 7 Day forecast will feature the best chance for rain on Sunday with cooler and drier weather starting off next week.