The marine layer will return with low clouds, drizzle, and patchy fog.
Temperatures will be cooler on Thursday, with a mix of clouds and sunshine in the afternoon. Westerly winds will be gusting in the mountains and deserts averaging 20-30 mph with gusts of up to 40 mph. The marine layer and drizzle will re-develop Thursday night into Friday with warmer temperatures to end the work week.
Temperatures will warm back to normal Friday and Saturday, briefly cooler on Sunday. As the onshore grows stronger on Sunday, westerly winds will strengthen as well leading to gusty winds in the mountains and deserts Sunday afternoon and evening.
Temperatures will gradually become warmer next week. Deserts and inland valleys could see a major warm up with daytime highs averaging almost 15 degrees above average next Wednesday.
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