After days of strong and gusty winds, the worst of it appears to be behind us tonight. However through the evening hours, there will be breezy northwest winds affecting some areas. Once the winds lessen later tonight, we'll be left with a cool and quiet night up and down the coast. Temperature wise...overnight lows will cool down to the upper 40s and 50s by the coast, with widespread 40s on tap for the valleys.
We're expecting plenty of sunshine throughout the day tomorrow, along with another round of very warm temperatures. Daytime highs will soar into the 70s and 80s by the coast, with a mix of 80s and lower 90s for the valleys. The winds aren't expected to be as strong out there tomorrow either, with mainly light westerly winds during the afternoon hours.
High pressure will begin to weaken on Wednesday, with the valleys staying hot while the coastal areas start a cooling trend. This cooling trend will continue late this week as high pressure moves east as a trough of low pressure moves into the Pacific NW. Further cooling is expected this weekend as the trough to our north continues to reinforce the onshore flow across our coastline. We'll also notice that the low clouds and fog return over the weekend, with May Gray expected for the nighttime and morning hours. Temperatures this weekend will drop back down to the 60s and very low 70s, which is near to slightly below average for this time of the year.