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ECCDA Discussions
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
335 PM PDT Mon May 22 2017

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...Discussion from SFOFWFMTR...

The marine layer is around 1000 feet deep with an upper trough
approaching the region. This will keep temperatures near or even
slightly below normal for much of this week with persistent onshore
winds. The trend should be for a deepening marine layer through the
week so expect better humidity recovery in the hills as well. Long
range trends through the holiday weekend show a dry and seasonable
weather pattern.


...Discussion from SFOFWFSTO...


Strong high pressure will continue dry and hot conditions  through
Tuesday. There is a slight chance of late day  showers and
thunderstorms in the Sierra south of Lake Tahoe Tuesday. Cooler,
more seasonable temperatures return by the  middle of the week.


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ECC010-231430-
St Helena ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Marin and Sonoma and Napa Counties
335 PM PDT Mon May 22 2017

The marine layer is around 1000 feet deep with an upper trough
approaching the region. This will keep temperatures near or even
slightly below normal for much of this week with persistent onshore
winds. The trend should be for a deepening marine layer through the
week so expect better humidity recovery in the hills as well. Long
range trends through the holiday weekend show a dry and seasonable
weather pattern.

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ECC014-231430-
Morgan Hill ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Alameda and Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties
335 PM PDT Mon May 22 2017

The marine layer is around 1000 feet deep with an upper trough
approaching the region. This will keep temperatures near or even
slightly below normal for much of this week with persistent onshore
winds. The trend should be for a deepening marine layer through the
week so expect better humidity recovery in the hills as well. Long
range trends through the holiday weekend show a dry and seasonable
weather pattern.

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ECC013-231430-
Felton ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties
335 PM PDT Mon May 22 2017

The marine layer is around 1000 feet deep with an upper trough
approaching the region. This will keep temperatures near or even
slightly below normal for much of this week with persistent onshore
winds. The trend should be for a deepening marine layer through the
week so expect better humidity recovery in the hills as well. Long
range trends through the holiday weekend show a dry and seasonable
weather pattern.

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ECC018-231430-
Monterey ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Monterey and San Benito County
335 PM PDT Mon May 22 2017

The marine layer is around 1000 feet deep with an upper trough
approaching the region. This will keep temperatures near or even
slightly below normal for much of this week with persistent onshore
winds. The trend should be for a deepening marine layer through the
week so expect better humidity recovery in the hills as well. Long
range trends through the holiday weekend show a dry and seasonable
weather pattern.

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