Good Thursday morning.
Our morning low temperatures are about 3-5º cooler than 24 hours ago. It’s chilly but not cold enough for any frost to develop.
The disturbance southwest of San Diego that’s been bringing us some high clouds will begin to move east today. And wherever there are some thicker clouds, we may feel a sprinkle. But that’s it. We’ll mainly see a mostly sunny sky with slightly cooler daytime temperatures, but still be at or near average.
TODAY’S HIGH TEMPERATURES:
Friday, temperatures cool down even more into the low to mid 60s for the coast and valleys as a another disturbance moves across northern California and into the Great Basin. This will increase the westerly winds across the region especially in the mountains and desert.
Over the weekend, high pressure builds back in and we warm up into the low to upper 70s. This warming trend lasts into early next week. On Monday, some valley neighborhoods could even reach the low 80s.
Have a great Thursday.
10News Weathercaster Robert Santos
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