We began our Tuesday cooler than average under a mostly clear sky, and despite some clouds our highs still rose to above average levels. Tonight the clouds will begin decreasing after sunset and we can expect another seasonably cool night under a mostly clear to clear sky, with only patchy fog. Lows will range from the mid 30s in the inland areas to the mid 40s along the coast.
A ridge of high pressure will begin its reign over California's weather tomorrow, and it won't be relinquishing the throne this week. We can expect plentiful sunshine Wednesday and Thursday, and we will still have a mostly sunny sky Friday and Saturday. Highs will slowly rise all along the Central and South Coasts Wednesday through Saturday...from the upper 60s to the upper 70s in most areas.
The ridge will still be in control of our weather on Sunday and Monday, but it will begin weakening as a storm approaches from the central Pacific. Our sky will remain mostly sunny both days, but highs will begin to cool. Despite the cooling, they will stay well above average. Next Tuesday we will have more clouds and a further cooling as the storm approaches, but we'll have to wait over a week for any chance of more rain.