An area of low pressure continues to push over and out of California, and that will lead to a combination of weather elements. We can expect more low clouds and patchy fog to push over the Central Coast tonight through tomorrow morning, but the South Coast will have gusty wind. A Wind Advisory is in effect until 5AM for the South Coast and SB County Mountains. Lows will range from the upper 40s to the upper 50s.
After some morning clouds we will have the sun breaking free of the gray by late morning in most locations, although it will linger a little longer along the South Coast and in Ventura County. A broad trough of low pressure will sit over most of the West Coast late this week into Saturday, but it won't lead to more than a waxing and waning of the morning clouds and afternoon sun. Highs will range from the 60s on the coast to the 80s further inland.
A ridge of high pressure will begin building from the eastern Pacific over California and the rest of the West Coast on Sunday and the first half of next week. It won't be the strongest ridge, but it will be enough to allow for a gradual warming trend along the coast and a more rapid warmup in our inland valleys. We can expect morning clouds and afternoon sun along the coast with inland sunshine. Highs will gradually rise into the 70s and 80s.