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Here are the missing reports from Monday's weather page

A portion of Monday's weather page was obscured by an advertisement. The complete graphic -- which includes the "surf and sea" report, precipitation data and the California cities list -- appears below. Click on the graphic to view it larger.

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This is one of the problems with overlaying ads on top of editorial. Sometimes, mistakes occur, and it's inevitably at the cost of editorial. Overlaying ads is a bad idea, and should be discontinued. Too bad the 99cent store doesn't realize that I dislike their store even more (if that's possible) as a result of those overlying ads (and will dislike any company that agrees to put its ads overlying the weather page). Bad idea, get rid of it.


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