Patchy dense fog this morning with the lowest visibility around Hanford at about a mile. We will continue to see patchy fog and some cloud cover through the morning. By the afternoon more sunshine will work in and we will reach a high of 68. We will start off the day with some cloud cover but will gradually clear throughout the day. There is a high wind warning that will begin tonight and tomorrow for the northern Sierra Nevada and foothills. Wind gusts are expected to pick up to 75 mph causing downed trees and power lines which could lead to power outages tonight and tomorrow. This could also lead to a high fire danger. The valley will be breezy tomorrow with gusts up to 30 mph which could cause an issue with blowing dust and worsen our air quality. After Wednesday we will calm down and temperatures will drop to the 50s by Friday. There is a potential for some showers Friday night into Saturday.
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