Temperatures will remain slightly below normal each day this week in the Bay area with morning clouds breaking for afternoon sunshine.
“An area of high pressure off of the Pacific Northwest coast will keep our flow coming from a westerly direction this week,” AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Erik Pindrock said.
The westerly flow off of the Pacific Ocean will keep temperatures a few degrees cooler than the average, he added. “The flow will also bring some low clouds and fog to the Bay area later at night and into the morning hours throughout the rest of the workweek,” he said.
Any low clouds and fog will burn off by midday with mostly sunny skies expected by the afternoon hours.
Morning clouds could cause flight delays at San Francisco International Airport.
Temperatures will tick upward to right around average by the middle and end of the week, he said.
By late week, temperatures will climb back into the high 60s and approach 70 F by Saturday.
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Hurricane Maria will likely come close enough to North Carolina to trigger gusty winds and rain, while unleashing dangerous seas elsewhere along the East Coast this week.
A cold front will spread needed rainfall across drought-stricken parts of eastern Australia during the middle of the week.
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Recent earthquakes near North Korea’s nuclear test site have raised questions as to how far radioactive material would travel if an underground atomic explosion triggers a leak.
While no new threats are lurking behind Maria and Lee this week, residents of the Caribbean and United States should not let their guard down as tropical season is far from over.