High pressure has been in control of our weather for much of the week so far, but a trough of low pressure moving towards California from the Pacific Northwest will briefly be the dominant factor in our weather late this week and early this weekend. We can expect minor cooling along the coasts but a much more significant, albeit brief, cool down for our interior valleys. Highs will range from the 60s on the coast to the upper 80s and lower 90s inland.
The trough that will sag over the Pacific Northwest late this week and early this weekend will gradually weaken and lift to the north. High pressure will try to regain control of our weather, but at this time the weather next week doesn't appear to be as hot as this week. The Fourth of July weekend and the first half of next week will be pleasant with morning clouds and afternoon sun. Highs will range from the 60s on the coast to the 90s further inland.