The tail end of a fast moving cold front will sweep through the area early Saturday, but impacts will vary greatly depending upon where you live. Most of the rain with this cold front will fall across northern and central California, however some showers will make it into northern areas before the front fizzles out. Locally, we'll see most of the wet weather north of Santa Barbara, with light precipitation amounts on the order of .10" to .25" expected. However, the bigger impact from this storm will come in the form of strong and gusty winds.
Breezy winds will continue on Sunday, but as high pressure replaces the cold front, temperatures will warm by a good 10 degrees. Accordingly, daytime highs to close out the weekend will warm into the 70s from the beaches to the valleys. Sunday's warm-up will continue into early next week, with a mix of 70s and 80s expected from Monday into Tuesday. Temperatures cool some late next week as high pressure moves east, and some marine layer clouds build back in for the overnight and morning hours.