A late season storm system continues to spin just to our northeast over the Great Basin. A few showers are occurring across portions of Eastern California and a very slight chance for a stray shower or even thunder is possible through the weekend. Otherwise, things are fairly quiet and seasonal across our region.
For Sunday, look for some lingering fog along the coast with mostly clear skies elsewhere. Highs will be in the 60's to low 70's 70's. Elevated surf is expected along the coast as we see a boost in swell from both the North Pacific and the Southern Hemisphere. Waves could exceed 4 to 6 feet!
Looking ahead, a quiet Spring pattern will hold through about the middle of next week. Then, another late season storm will approach the region by late Thursday. For now, we will increase the cloud cover and keep a close eye on things. Hopefully, this system, unlike the previous ones, will actually bring us rain and not so much wind...fingers are crossed!