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ECCDA Discussions
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
342 AM PDT Sat May 26 2018

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...Discussion from SFOFWFMTR...

Lingering showers or drizzle will end around sunrise otherwise
mostly cloudy skies this morning are forecast to turn mostly sunny
by this afternoon. Noted warming and drying trend develops Sunday
afternoon into Memorial Day when inland highs  will warm well into
the 80s and lower 90s. Winds will remain  fairly light but from the
north in the hills which will keep  humidity values low in the
afternoon through Tuesday. Cooling  trend arrives by Wednesday when
stronger onshore winds and marine  layer returns.


...Discussion from SFOFWFSTO...


Low pressure over Norcal will shift eastward over weekend limiting
showers  and thunderstorms to the Sierra crest and allowing for a
warming trend. Dry and very warm weather is expected early next week
with daytime highs  some 10 to 15 degrees above normal. Slightly
cooler temperatures are  expected by the middle of next week with
mountain showers returning.


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ECC010-262330-
St Helena ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Marin and Sonoma and Napa Counties
342 AM PDT Sat May 26 2018

Lingering showers or drizzle will end around sunrise otherwise
mostly cloudy skies this morning are forecast to turn mostly sunny
by this afternoon. Noted warming and drying trend develops Sunday
afternoon into Memorial Day when inland highs  will warm well into
the 80s and lower 90s. Winds will remain  fairly light but from the
north in the hills which will keep  humidity values low in the
afternoon through Tuesday. Cooling  trend arrives by Wednesday when
stronger onshore winds and marine  layer returns.

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ECC014-262330-
Morgan Hill ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Alameda and Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties
342 AM PDT Sat May 26 2018

Lingering showers or drizzle will end around sunrise otherwise
mostly cloudy skies this morning are forecast to turn mostly sunny
by this afternoon. Noted warming and drying trend develops Sunday
afternoon into Memorial Day when inland highs  will warm well into
the 80s and lower 90s. Winds will remain  fairly light but from the
north in the hills which will keep  humidity values low in the
afternoon through Tuesday. Cooling  trend arrives by Wednesday when
stronger onshore winds and marine  layer returns.

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ECC013-262330-
Felton ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties
342 AM PDT Sat May 26 2018

Lingering showers or drizzle will end around sunrise otherwise
mostly cloudy skies this morning are forecast to turn mostly sunny
by this afternoon. Noted warming and drying trend develops Sunday
afternoon into Memorial Day when inland highs  will warm well into
the 80s and lower 90s. Winds will remain  fairly light but from the
north in the hills which will keep  humidity values low in the
afternoon through Tuesday. Cooling  trend arrives by Wednesday when
stronger onshore winds and marine  layer returns.

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ECC018-262330-
Monterey ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Monterey and San Benito County
342 AM PDT Sat May 26 2018

Lingering showers or drizzle will end around sunrise otherwise
mostly cloudy skies this morning are forecast to turn mostly sunny
by this afternoon. Noted warming and drying trend develops Sunday
afternoon into Memorial Day when inland highs  will warm well into
the 80s and lower 90s. Winds will remain  fairly light but from the
north in the hills which will keep  humidity values low in the
afternoon through Tuesday. Cooling  trend arrives by Wednesday when
stronger onshore winds and marine  layer returns.

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