Temperatures will remain slightly below average through the weekend, due to an area of low pressure along the southwest of our region. This system will bring showers offshore, while most locations will have a chance of drizzle from Friday night into Saturday. Looking ahead, Santa Ana winds could develop early next week, prompting dry and warm conditions through Wednesday.
As an onshore flow strengthens into Friday expect morning cloud cover and areas of fog. This will allow temperatures to remain below average through Sunday. Daytime highs along the coast on Friday will range in the 60s to low 70s, while inland locations could reach the mid to upper 70s.
The weather pattern will shift on Monday as an upper level high will form along the West Coast. At this time, weak Santa Ana winds will arrive on Monday and Tuesday, expected to remain sub-advisory. However, as we follow a warmer and drier forecast, this will diminish the marine layer, leading to warm temperatures in the 80s to 90s.