A cooling trend continues with minor changes through Saturday.
The marine layer will return tonight into the morning commute, with low clouds and patchy fog. The air will mix nicely becoming mostly sunny. A storm to our north will help keep temperatures cooler through Saturday.
We shift to Santa Conditions, with warmer temperatures and lower humidity levels. We expect elevated fire danger on Sunday and Monday, along with warmer conditions west of the mountains. The winds will be weak to moderate, with gusts between 30 to 40 mph.
Conditions will shift again with cooler weather, and possible light rain for Tuesday and Wednesday. A storm to our south will move inland, ushering clouds, cooler air, and a slight chance for a light showers or drizzle.
It looks like we dry out and clear in time for Thanksgiving. Stay tune to our 10News Pinpoint Weather Team for the latest updates to the forecast ahead of your holiday plans and travel.
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