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Warm Days, Cool Nights

Air Quality Report (As of 6:30PM)
All reporting stations are good to moderate.

Offshore flow will continue for the next few days, with warm, dry weather expected. Dry air will also mean chilly lows, however. Fire danger will remain elevated despite winds dying down. Light onshore breezes right along the coast may bring some low clouds/fog on Friday. Halloween weekend is currently looking rather pleasant with cool nights and warm days. A weather system will pass by to our north early next week and will add a few extra clouds the forecast, but temperatures shouldn’t fluctuate too much.

Overnight:
 Clear and dry. Cool, with coastal lows in the 40s, 30s to low 40s inland, and 50s up in the hills.

Thursday: After another chilly morning, expect a sunny and warm afternoon with coastal highs in the mid-60s to mid-70s while inland areas will remain in the 70s to mid-80s. Some fog possible on the coast late.

Friday: Patchy morning fog on the coast, then 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.

Extended:  Inland areas will remain warm through the holiday weekend with highs above normal. Coastal temps will head back upward through the weekend, peaking above normal Sunday/Monday. A weather system will pass by early next week but we will likely remain dry.



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This week's normal temperatures:

--COASTAL CITIES--
LOW: 49ºF
HIGH: 69ºF

--INLAND CITIES--
LOW: 45ºF
HIGH: 78ºF

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-The outlook from the Climate Prediction Center for November 5th - 11th calls for the likelihood of ABOVE normal temperatures and near 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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Dann Cianca

Dann Cianca is the chief meteorologist at KION News Channel 5/46.

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