Morning clouds will be near the coast, but fewer clouds are expected from our valleys to the foothills.
A warm-up will begin tomorrow through Friday. Temperatures will be up by 5 to 10 degrees, with 70s at the coast and 80s inland. Thursday and Friday will be the warmest days for our inland valleys and mountains with temperatures trending 5 to 10 degrees above average. The heat will last through Saturday in our deserts.
Patchy fog will be possible each morning due to a shallower marine layer. The warm up and sunnier skies won't last, as another storm passes to our north this weekend.
It will bring temperatures back down to near normal for a pleasant Mother's Day Weekend. The marine layer will return along with gusty winds to the mountains and deserts.
Mother's Day expect mid to upper 60s at the coast, low to mid 70s inland, mid 60s in the mountains and mid 90s in the deserts with morning clouds for the coast and valleys clearing to sunshine.
Greater cooling will continue into next week with a deepening marine layer.
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