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ECCDA Discussions
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
242 PM PDT Tue May 22 2018

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...Discussion from SFOFWFMTR...

Low clouds remain on the coast while areas of low clouds extend
inland this afternoon, the marine layer is nearly 3000  feet deep.
Forecast trend through midweek will be continued below  normal
temperatures, especially for inland areas. A late season cold  front
will bring light showers Thursday afternoon into Friday with  shower
chances lingering into Saturday morning, best chance will be  over
the North Bay and coastal hills from San Mateo to Monterey. A
drying trend starts Saturday afternoon with a warming trend Sunday
and Monday.


...Discussion from SFOFWFSTO...


Threat of showers and afternoon thunderstorms, mainly over the
foothills and mountains, will continue through the week. Increasing
coverage of showers and thunderstorms late this week. Gradual
cooling trend expected into Friday.


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ECC010-230945-
St Helena ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Marin and Sonoma and Napa Counties
242 PM PDT Tue May 22 2018

Low clouds remain on the coast while areas of low clouds extend
inland this afternoon, the marine layer is nearly 3000  feet deep.
Forecast trend through midweek will be continued below  normal
temperatures, especially for inland areas. A late season cold  front
will bring light showers Thursday afternoon into Friday with  shower
chances lingering into Saturday morning, best chance will be  over
the North Bay and coastal hills from San Mateo to Monterey. A
drying trend starts Saturday afternoon with a warming trend Sunday
and Monday.

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ECC014-230945-
Morgan Hill ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Alameda and Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties
242 PM PDT Tue May 22 2018

Low clouds remain on the coast while areas of low clouds extend
inland this afternoon, the marine layer is nearly 3000  feet deep.
Forecast trend through midweek will be continued below  normal
temperatures, especially for inland areas. A late season cold  front
will bring light showers Thursday afternoon into Friday with  shower
chances lingering into Saturday morning, best chance will be  over
the North Bay and coastal hills from San Mateo to Monterey. A
drying trend starts Saturday afternoon with a warming trend Sunday
and Monday.

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ECC013-230945-
Felton ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties
242 PM PDT Tue May 22 2018

Low clouds remain on the coast while areas of low clouds extend
inland this afternoon, the marine layer is nearly 3000  feet deep.
Forecast trend through midweek will be continued below  normal
temperatures, especially for inland areas. A late season cold  front
will bring light showers Thursday afternoon into Friday with  shower
chances lingering into Saturday morning, best chance will be  over
the North Bay and coastal hills from San Mateo to Monterey. A
drying trend starts Saturday afternoon with a warming trend Sunday
and Monday.

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ECC018-230945-
Monterey ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Monterey and San Benito County
242 PM PDT Tue May 22 2018

Low clouds remain on the coast while areas of low clouds extend
inland this afternoon, the marine layer is nearly 3000  feet deep.
Forecast trend through midweek will be continued below  normal
temperatures, especially for inland areas. A late season cold  front
will bring light showers Thursday afternoon into Friday with  shower
chances lingering into Saturday morning, best chance will be  over
the North Bay and coastal hills from San Mateo to Monterey. A
drying trend starts Saturday afternoon with a warming trend Sunday
and Monday.

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