We saw much less action today across the southern half of the state, with no real showers or storms firing off here locally. As the threat continues to lessen tonight and the humid airmass shifts east, we'll see a return to our more typical summer weather and the marine layer clouds. Temperature wise...overnight lows will only cool back down the 60s tonight in Santa Barbara and Ventura, with upper 50s returning to places like Santa Ynez and San Luis Obispo.
Partly to mostly cloudy skies tomorrow morning will turn to sunshine by the afternoon. The biggest change in our forecast won't have to do with our temperatures, but with the muggy airmass that's been sticking around these past few days. Temperatures tomorrow may drop a degree or two from what we saw today, and with less humidity, it should feel much more comfortable to be outside on Saturday.
Little change is expected from Saturday into Sunday. Temperatures by the coast this weekend will range from the upper 60s to lower 80s, with valley temperatures this weekend topping out in the 80s and 90s. We should see a slight boost in temperatures early next week as we'll find ourselves parked between a ridge of high pressure to our east and a trough of low pressure setting up along the west coast. Late next week the trough will help to cool things down slightly and bring back a more widespread marine layer.