Thick marine layer clouds will produce patchy drizzle overnight into early tomorrow, with a slight chance each morning into the weekend.
We should see better clearing on Friday, becoming partly to mostly sunny with temperatures close to normal for this time of the year. Saturday will be similar with clouds early near the coast and valleys and a slim chance for drizzle.
We cool back down on Sunday, as the sea-breeze strengthens with another disturbance passing to the north. It will bring westerly winds, with gusty conditions in the mountains and deserts Sunday afternoon.
A ridge of high pressure will bring warmer weather next week with temperatures trending 5 to 15 degrees above average by Tuesday, becoming even warmer Wednesday and Thursday with some 90s in our inland valleys and close to 100 degrees in the deserts.
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