A stronger onshore flow will continue to keep the marine layer in play through the weekend. We will likely continue to enjoy near and even slightly above normal temperatures once the morning fog clears. Cloud cover could thicken up enough for some patchy light drizzle during the overnight and early morning hours. A brief warm up is expected for the early part of next week before another low pressure system approaches the West Coast.
For Sunday, look for another mild day once the fog pulls back to the coast. Some of our local beaches could struggle to clear completely by the late afternoon. Afternoon highs on Saturday will be mostly in the 60's and 70's, near the coast. Inland areas will do better with highs expected in the upper 70's and 80's.
Looking ahead, the deeper marine layer and cooler temperatures are expected to last through Sunday before high pressure builds and we see less of the marine layer and a little warm up. However, this trend is expected to be short lived as well as another area of low pressure or trough is expected to approach the West Coast by next weekend. For now, we will add more fog and clouds to the extended forecast and keep a close eye on our forecast computer just in case any chance for rain comes in to play!