Thick marine layer clouds may produce a few areas of drizzle in the morning, but clouds will be more predominant on Sunday.
An upper level system will help keep the marine layer in place this weekend, temperatures will trend close to normal with gusty winds for Sunday in the mountains and deserts. Gusty winds could reach 40 mph Sunday afternoon, but the winds will subside on Monday.
Next week will bring a shift in our pattern and another round of summery temperatures. A ridge of high pressure will bring a 10 to 20-degree jump in temperatures with temperatures trending above average on Tuesday.
Temperatures will turn hotter on Thursday and Friday with 80s all the way to the coast and possibly 90s inland, deserts could once again reach close to 100 degrees.
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