We'll stay mild all throughout the weekend, so you'll have plenty of nice weather to soak in - just before it all changes next week.
Sunshine returns during the day tomorrow and the lack of storms will continue right through the weekend. Skies will be clear with winds light and variable. There will be lots of clouds today, so temperatures will be a few degrees cooler than yesterday, but still well above average in the mid-70s. Overnight lows will be at or below freezing, with most of the area in the 20s by daybreak. Our highs climb into the mid 50s Saturday and near 60 on Sunday. Highs will warm to the low and mid 60s Sunday afternoon.
A slow-moving cold front will bring rain Wednesday with highs hitting mid 50s before the front passes. We'll stick with dry and mild conditions today.
The area of high pressure will dig in over the weekend, so we can expect a mix of clouds and sunshine throughout the weekend with perhaps some extra clouds on Saturday afternoon. It will turn much colder and potentially stormy too. We will see a dry and seasonable day with highs in the lower 40s. Winds will flow from the south Saturday, and highs will be on the rise once again. A few snow/rain showers may be possible as well due to a lingering front offshore and waves riding along it.
Late Wednesday, a cold front will push through, bringing a decent chance for showers and a considerable chill down afterwards.