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Tranquil Halloween Weekend Weather

Air Quality Report (As of 7:30AM)
All reporting stations are good to moderate.

Warm and dry weather will continue through the Halloween Holiday Weekend. A strong ridge of high pressure continues to be the dominant influence in our weather as it sits off to our north. Clockwise flow around the high will continue to direct warm, offshore flow through our area. Luckily, winds are expected to remain light. Outside of a few low clouds on the coast, expect warm & sunny afternoons into next week with cool nights. A weather system will slide by on Tuesday with a couple of days of high clouds preceding it. We are likely to remain dry, though, so don’t get your hopes up! The pattern may shift late next week into the second week of November to allow weather systems to reach farther south, but it’s too far out to tell for sure.

Friday: Mostly sunny and mild. Cooler on the coast with highs in the 60s to low 70s but warm inland with widespread upper 70s to mid-80s. Briefly breezy for inland valleys in the afternoon.

Overnight: Mostly clear with patchy fog possible along the coast. Cool, with coastal lows in the 40s, 30s to low 40s inland, and 50s up in the hills.

Saturday: Sunny and warmer with coastal highs in the 60s-70s and 70s-80s inland. Cooling quickly after dark.

Sunday: Mostly sunny with a few high clouds moving through. Warmer yet with coastal highs in the upper 60s to upper 70s and 80s to around 90ºF inland.

Extended: High temperatures will remain warm for all of next week. We’ll see some high clouds on Monday and scattered high and low clouds Tuesday, but no precipitation. Nights will remain seasonable to slightly cool.


This week's normal temperatures:

LOW: 49ºF
HIGH: 69ºF

LOW: 45ºF
HIGH: 78ºF


-The outlook from the Climate Prediction Center for November 6th - 12th calls for the likelihood of BELOW normal temperatures and ABOVE normal precipitation. 
-El Niño/La Niña STATUS: Neutral
-Forecast into Winter: La Niña Advisory

-Area drought status: 
Moderate drought for much of Santa Cruz & Santa Clara Counties, Abnormally dry on the east shore of the bay into San Benito County. No drought classification for much of Monterey County outside of the Gabilan Range.

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