Temperatures are warming up a bit, making it the nicest day of the week. Coasts will be in the 60s to low 70s. Interior areas will be in the upper 70s to 80s.
High pressure is building with rising heights. However, by the afternoon, onshore flow will increase and deepen the marine layer once again.
With the deeper marine layer Thursday, clearing will be slower. Temperatures will change little with the combination of more marine layer and rising heights.
Temperatures start cooling Friday as the ridge pushes to the south and onshore flow increases further. An upper low will approach from the Pacific Northwest.
Saturday will be the coolest day with the low over the state and a deep marine layer extending into the mountains. Gusty westerly winds may pick up in the afternoon.
Temperatures will slowly warm with decreasing onshore flow Sunday into Monday.