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ECCDA Discussions
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
235 PM PDT Sun May 27 2018

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...Discussion from SFOFWFMTR...

The marine layer is confined to around 1000 feet along the immediate
coast while inland areas have warmed. Some light north winds will
develop tonight in the Napa hills keeping a warm and dry airmass in
place, especially for the inland hills. Monday will be the hottest
day so far this spring with inland readings in the 90s and lots of
80s around the Bay. By Tuesday onshore flow will bring cooling to
the coast but still  warm inland. All areas cool on Wednesday as a
dry cold front  passes through with increasing westerly winds and a
return of a  well developed marine layer. Long range trends look dry
and  seasonably cool.


...Discussion from SFOFWFSTO...




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ECC010-281500-
St Helena ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Marin and Sonoma and Napa Counties
235 PM PDT Sun May 27 2018

The marine layer is confined to around 1000 feet along the immediate
coast while inland areas have warmed. Some light north winds will
develop tonight in the Napa hills keeping a warm and dry airmass in
place, especially for the inland hills. Monday will be the hottest
day so far this spring with inland readings in the 90s and lots of
80s around the Bay. By Tuesday onshore flow will bring cooling to
the coast but still  warm inland. All areas cool on Wednesday as a
dry cold front  passes through with increasing westerly winds and a
return of a  well developed marine layer. Long range trends look dry
and  seasonably cool.

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ECC014-281500-
Morgan Hill ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Alameda and Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties
235 PM PDT Sun May 27 2018

The marine layer is confined to around 1000 feet along the immediate
coast while inland areas have warmed. Some light north winds will
develop tonight in the Napa hills keeping a warm and dry airmass in
place, especially for the inland hills. Monday will be the hottest
day so far this spring with inland readings in the 90s and lots of
80s around the Bay. By Tuesday onshore flow will bring cooling to
the coast but still  warm inland. All areas cool on Wednesday as a
dry cold front  passes through with increasing westerly winds and a
return of a  well developed marine layer. Long range trends look dry
and  seasonably cool.

$$

ECC013-281500-
Felton ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties
235 PM PDT Sun May 27 2018

The marine layer is confined to around 1000 feet along the immediate
coast while inland areas have warmed. Some light north winds will
develop tonight in the Napa hills keeping a warm and dry airmass in
place, especially for the inland hills. Monday will be the hottest
day so far this spring with inland readings in the 90s and lots of
80s around the Bay. By Tuesday onshore flow will bring cooling to
the coast but still  warm inland. All areas cool on Wednesday as a
dry cold front  passes through with increasing westerly winds and a
return of a  well developed marine layer. Long range trends look dry
and  seasonably cool.

$$

ECC018-281500-
Monterey ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Monterey and San Benito County
235 PM PDT Sun May 27 2018

The marine layer is confined to around 1000 feet along the immediate
coast while inland areas have warmed. Some light north winds will
develop tonight in the Napa hills keeping a warm and dry airmass in
place, especially for the inland hills. Monday will be the hottest
day so far this spring with inland readings in the 90s and lots of
80s around the Bay. By Tuesday onshore flow will bring cooling to
the coast but still  warm inland. All areas cool on Wednesday as a
dry cold front  passes through with increasing westerly winds and a
return of a  well developed marine layer. Long range trends look dry
and  seasonably cool.

$$



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