Clouds are streaming across the county this morning as a disturbance moves in from the west with patchy fog from the coast to inland valleys. We'll see partly cloudy skies through the day with winds picking up this evening ahead of our next weather-maker.
Northwest winds return this evening and we'll begin cooling, quickly! We'll drop 5 to 10 degrees from today into Friday with even cooler weather Saturday.
Clouds will increase on Halloween ahead of a large cold front with gusty winds, especially in the mountains and deserts, and a deepening marine layer into Saturday. Rain is likely late Friday night into Saturday, with the bulk of the rain arriving Saturday morning and showers continuing through the day. While the timing of any showers still looks to be well after trick-or-treaters are home in bed, the earliest pinpoint futurecast brings light showers to the coast by 7pm, but this is an outlier, most bring the rain in closer to 10pm or midnight.
Snow levels will also drop on Saturday behind the cold front down to 6,500 feet with a dusting of snow possible above 6,000 feet.
Stay with the Pinpoint Weather Team for the latest on potential changes and timing as we go through the week
- COAST: 70-76°
- INLAND: 78-84°
- MOUNTAINS: 68-80°
- DESERTS: 86-91°
Don't forget Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday at 2 a.m., so turn your clocks back one hour before heading to bed Saturday night!
10News Meteorologist Megan Parry