There will be more gray and gloomy weather for the start of our Saturday, along with areas of dense fog. Once the clouds and fog clear, we'll see plenty of blue sky for the afternoon hours, although some fog may linger along the beaches. Daytime highs will cool slightly, but should remain near to even a little above average for this time of the year.
This cooler and foggier forecast will continue through next Monday before we transition into a warmer stretch of days. Tuesday will be the transition day as the marine layer begins to shrink under the influence of a building ridge of high pressure. This high pressure system will gain strength next week as temperatures by the coast warm into the 80s, with 90s on the way for the valleys. Something we'll be watching out for late next week is still brewing Hurricane Marie. This storm will likely produce more high surf in our area + an increase in the humidity.