With cloudy skies and onshore flow, we are looking at additional cooling by 8 to 12 degrees. Most everywhere will be in the 60s and a bit below average.
An eddy has brought early morning low clouds and fog. There may be some visibility issues along the Central Coast and over Point Conception. Additionally, there will be some localized gusty northwest winds throughout the day, but they are only expected to reach advisory levels in the Ventura County mountains with gusts up to 55 mph. That advisory ends Friday at noon.
Low clouds and fog will move back into the picture Thursday evening. Increasing onshore flow will keep the coasts cloudy. Cold air advection Friday will further cool temperatures inland.
A ridge and offshore flow will warm temperatures slightly over the weekend, but they will remain close to normal.
By Monday, a trough will move in from the northwest and offshore flow will flip to onshore flow by the afternoon, bringing several degrees of cooling. Santa Ana winds return to Ventura County by Tuesday.