(THURSDAY THROUGH NEXT MONDAY)...IT FINALLY LOOKS LIKE WE ARE IN STORE FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF NEARLY PERFECT SPRINGTIME WEATHER ACROSS THE REGION (FOR THOSE WHO ENJOY MOSTLY SUNNY AND WARM DAYS ANYWAY)...WHICH SHOULD MAKE THE SPRING BREAK CROWD AND OTHERS WHO ENJOY BEING OUTDOORS VERY PLEASED...ALTHOUGH AFTERNOON SEA BREEZES WILL COOL TEMPS QUITE A BIT NEAR THE COAST. WITH THE SFC RIDGE VIRTUALLY PARKED OVER THE REGION ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY...THE MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES WILL STILL BE A BIT CHILLY OVER THE INTERIOR...BUT ONCE THE SUN RISES...TEMPERATURES SHOULD WARM UP VERY RAPIDLY. THIS COULD LEAD TO DIURNAL VARIATIONS OF 35 TO 40 DEGREES ACROSS SOME INLAND LOCATIONS WHICH IS ACTUALLY NOT TOO UNCOMMON FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. THE NEXT CHANCE OF RAIN SHOULD HOLD OFF UNTIL SOMETIME ON SUNDAY AND INTO MONDAY...ALTHOUGH THE GLOBAL MODELS ARE INDICATING A VERY WEAK LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM AT THIS TIME.
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