Friday began fairly cloudy for many parts of the Central and South Coasts, but the day is ending with a mostly clear sky and comfortable temperatures. Most nights and mornings have given us copious amounts of clouds, but tomorrow morning should not be as cloudy. We can expect a mix of clear sky, low clouds and patchy fog with seasonably mild lows in the 50s and lower 60s.
Labor Day Weekend has arrived and it looks about as nice as it could for California's Central and South Coasts. There will be some morning clouds Saturday through Monday, but we can expect a mostly sunny to sunny sky each afternoon with above average highs temperatures. Highs will range from the lower 70s along our cooler coasts to the lower 90s in our hottest valleys. Enjoy the weekend!
Next week will be another battle between a trough of low pressure to the northwest and a strong ridge of high pressure to the east. At this time it appears the ridge will prevail, and that will lead to more sun than clouds and continued warmer than average temperatures for the rest of next week. Lows will be seasonably mild in the 50s and lower 60s. Highs will range from near 70 on the coast to the 90s further inland.