A cooling trend begins away from the coast and it'll continue into Memorial Day.
The deserts have been feeling the heat with temperatures hovering around 105 degrees, Friday will be the last day of that kind of heat as temperatures drop over the weekend.
Gusty winds will target the mountains and deserts through Sunday bringing westerly gusts of 25 to 45mph and isolated gusts up to 55mph.
Saturday and Sunday expect more stubborn clouds for coast and inland areas with slower clearing and limited clearing for some. Temperatures will drop by 5 to 10 degrees inland by Monday while the mountains will see temperatures drop from the 80s to the 50s. Deserts will cool by 10 to 15 degrees, with the coolest day on Monday in the upper 80s.
A warming trend begins on Tuesday,with better and faster clearing of the marine layer. Offshore winds will develop by midweek leading to more sunshine, much warmer temperatures, but also drier conditions.
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