Plenty of sunshine this midday with temperatures ranging in 2 to 7 degrees warmer than 24-hours ago! Morning fog will be possible the next few mornings while the marine layer will continues to shrink to the coastline. The gradual warming we've been advertising is on!
The heat will peak Thursday and Friday as we hit the upper 70s and a few low 80s at the coast while inland warm spots will be in the upper 80s. The mountains will be near 80 while the deserts warm to the mid 90s.
A weak disturbance will move in from the southeast overnight Friday into Saturday which at this time looks to just bring more clouds, however, we saw this happen last week and we saw some spotty light rain. For now I have not added any rain to the forecast, but will continue to track and bring you the latest on 10News.
- COAST: 72-78°
- INLAND: 80-88°
- MOUNTAINS: 72-85°
- DESERTS: 92-97°
The sea breeze will return Friday afternoon and will cool us 5 to 10 degrees Saturday with continued cooling Sunday. A trough of low pressure will approach the west coast and bring strong on-shore flow Sunday. This will lead to a persistent marine layer with the potential for some spotty drizzle in the early morning hours and gusty winds for the mountains and deserts.
10News Meteorologist Megan Parry