From a sunny afternoon to a cloudy night, as the marine layer returns for the overnight hours.
We could see some areas of drizzle Friday morning, but the clouds will give way to sunshine for at least a few hours on Friday near the coast, and better clearing inland.
A trough of low pressure over the west has weakened, allowing temperature to improve Friday and Saturday. A low pressure system will bring back cooler conditions and partly to mostly cloudy skies for Memorial Day.
Gusty winds will target the mountains and deserts. Strongest winds will be for the deserts with westerly winds of 25 to 55mph. Wind Advisory in effect for the deserts until 6 am Friday.
Memorial Day will be cloudy near the coast, partly cloudy inland, with sunshine over the mountains and deserts. The last few days of May will stay cloudy with cooler conditions leading us into June Gloom.
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