A weak disturbance will keep more clouds and even a slight chance for a few showers for the Inland areas today. Closer to the coast will see partly sunny skies. Temps will still reach the mid 70s and even a few upper 70s for many locations despite the extra clouds.. High pressure up off of the Coast will keep pumping unseasonably warm air through Friday. Skies will remain partly sunny to mostly cloudy.
Unsettled conditions move in for the weekend as a cold front moves through Saturday. The front will stall to our South on Sunday then lift back North on Monday. Tuesday a secondary cold front will finally sweep through. All of these frontal passages will keep the chance of rain around from Saturday through Tuesday. You can always track the rain on First Alert Live Doppler 15000 or if you have an iPhone or Android make sure you download or app. The warmth ahead of the front will be surpressed South and a big cool down moves in for Sunday with overcast skies and the lingering showers. When the front lifts back North Monday temperatures will soar back into the 70s. On Tuesday the tailing cold front moves through and much cool er air will follow for Wednesday.
Thursday: More clouds with a few showers possible mainly Inland, Partly sunny skies near the coast. Warm. Highs-Mid 70s
Tonight: Partly cloudy with areas of fog. Mild. Lows:Low 60s.
Friday: Partly sunny and warmer. Highs-Mid/Upper 70s, a few Inland areas may hit 80°.
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