Temperatures will continue improving on Thursday, the warmest day of the week before we cool back down this weekend.
Overnight we will see the marine layer deepen with low clouds and patchy fog into early Thursday morning. The skies will clear, as we heat up throughout the day on Thursday with temperatures warming to the low 70s along the coast, and closer to 80 degrees inland.
Temperatures will start to cool down on Friday, but it will be pleasant. Expect cooler conditions for the weekend with temperatures dropping 5 to 15 degrees below the normal for this time of the year.
The marine layer will deepen even more on Saturday with possible morning drizzle, and partly to mostly cloudy skies as a storm passes to our north.
The weather pattern will keep active conditions over the pacific northwest, but we will see a chance for showers by Sunday night into Monday and possibly early Tuesday. Rainfall accumulations may vary, but at this point it looks the best chance will be for our mountains with a wide range of accumulations from 0.10- 0.70".
Stay tune to our ABC 10News Weather Team for updates on all the changes for the weekend.
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