A very complicated forecast that includes two cold fronts. The first one arriving Thursday morning will stall just to our south then move back north as a warm front on Friday. The second much stronger arctic front will arrive on Sunday and will produce some unusually cold March weather from Sunday afternoon through the middle of next week. No freezing temperatures are expected.
Tonight we will have areas of dense sea fog again muggy and very mild with a low of 64.
Thursday will not be as nice as Wednesday with cloudy skies returning a few isolated showers and cooler with a high of 72 but cooler to our north and temperatures falling into the 60’s during the afternoon.
Thursday night expect only patchy light sea fog breezy and cooler with a low of 58.
Friday will be muggy and a little milder with a few breaks in the overcast and some sun and a high of 74.