Areas of low clouds and possibly dense fog tonight, but warmer through Friday.
Overnight lows will stay cool in the foothills and mountains with upper 40s, upper 50s near the coast and low 60s in the deserts around sunrise.
Temperatures will continue to warm up gradually during the day, adding a few degrees each day through Friday. Inland communities will average slightly above normal, but only by a few degrees. We'll see low to mid 80s inland, with better chances in the foothills.
High pressure will keep us dry, but as it breaks down and moves east temperatures will start to cool back down over the weekend and into early next week. The marine layer will deepen again Sunday into Monday with low clouds and fog.
It's possible a storm system to our north could trigger some showers next week. It looks like Tuesday will bring the best chance, but possibly on Wednesday too. The confidence for us to see rain is low, but a chance is always good to have int he forecast.
Don't forget this weekend Daylight Saving Ends at 2am Sunday, giving us an extra hour of sleep, but a much earlier sunset on Sunday at 4:52pm.
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