Winds from the northeast are weakening as we head in to our Sunday. This means we are expecting the warm weather to continue, but some increase in cloudiness is expected as a Pacific storm moves inland just to our north. While any rainfall is very unlikely for all areas, a sprinkle or two could occur in areas to the north of Point Conception. Cooler temperatures are expected as we head in to the new work week.
So for tonight, expect partly cloudy skies and breezy winds from the northeast. Overnight lows will be mostly in the 40's and 50's.
For Sunday, look for more warm temperatures, however with the expected increase in clouds, we may see some variations in just how warm it will be. Expect highs to be in the 70's for most areas...a few 80's are likely as long as the clouds are not too persistent.
Looking ahead, a cool down is expected for Monday and the very slight chance for showers will linger as well for just our extreme northern areas. As high pressure rebuilds toward the middle of next week, more northerly winds may return. temperatures should warm as well for the middle and second half of next week.