The disturbance responsible for all stormy weather is leaving to the northeast. Drier weather is moving in, but a few showers will be passing through tonight with light to moderate rainfall totals.
Starting Friday a convective pattern will takeover with morning sunshine followed by afternoon clouds and isolated showers.
Light winds will allow vog and haze to build along with higher humidity levels.
Surf is small all around with an advisory sized WNW expected on Saturday. A BROWN WATER ADVISORY is on for many areas, so stay away for the next couple of days to be safe.
- Guy Hagi
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