This morning, things will be cool and cloudy as you head out the door, but by the afternoon sunshine and mild temperatures will prevail.
A low pressure system to our north is continuing to pound the Pacific Northwest with rain and mountain snow, while closer to home, this system is ushering in cooler temperatures and extending our marine layer to the valleys in the mornings and evenings.
We'll remain dry for the most part, but we do have a chance of seeing drizzle Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
Afternoons remain sunny and mild these next couple of days, but things shift dramatically looking ahead to Thursday. That's when the replacement of high pressure arrives, shifting winds to offshore flow.
Areas west of the mountains will be warmer and above seasonal by Friday, with inland communities spiking close to 90 degrees and beach areas in the low 80s.
The warming trend follows us into the latter part of the week then we gradually cool down for the weekend.
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