From patchy fog to variable skies, the marine layer has blanketed the county throughout the day and more clouds can be expected on Saturday.
Patchy fog will be possible tonight into early tomorrow, with a deepening marine layer capable of producing some light drizzle early Saturday. Overnight low clouds will stay in place into Sunday morning, but it should be sunnier for the second half of the weekend.
A low pressure system will bring easterly winds, and also the possibility for some light rain in our mountains. The same system will bring the chance for Santa Ana winds on Tuesday and Wednesday leading to warmer temperatures. Despite the warm up, most of the county will enjoy seasonable temperatures for this time of year.
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