A persistent area of low pressure continue to hold firm over much of the Western United States. This creates a very steady and consistent onshore flow which is pretty common for the month of May and things should remain pretty quiet weather-wise as we get ready to head on in to June.
For today look for partial clearing early and then hopefully better clearing for all areas by the afternoon. However, some clouds could linger through out the day and keeps things a little on the cool side. Highs will be mostly in the mid to upper 60's with a few 70's in the warmest areas.
Looking ahead, partly cloudy skies and cool to mild temperatures will remain for much of next week. We are seeing the signs that high pressure should fill back in across the region by late next week. This would weaken the onshore flow just enough to bring us a little more sunshine and warmer temperatures for inland areas. Coastal areas may still see fog as a strong inversion layer develops...this keeps the fog contained to the immediate coastal areas, but also makes it harder to burn off!