Moisture and a heavy marine layer due to that storm over the Bay Area will keep the low clouds in place with patchy morning drizzle Saturday morning.
The good news is the same storm is moving east during the day, allowing the atmosphere to dry out and temperatures to start warming Sunday into Memorial Day.
Most areas should clear to at least partly sunny skies today with temperatures averaging near normal away from the coast. Gusty winds will target the mountains and deserts with westerly gusts up to 45 mph. Gusts are not as strong for the coast and valleys.
Sunday and Monday we'll enjoy better and faster clearing of the marine layer will be the trend into Memorial Day! On Memorial Day temperatures will average near 70 at the coast, upper-70s to low-80s inland, mid-70s in the mountains and around 100 in the desert.
Morning clouds clearing to sunshine will continue through midweek with a deepening marine layer for the end of the week as another storm moves into Central California.
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