The clouds and drizzle will persist through early Friday morning. We'll finally see a little sunshine Friday afternoon with a better dose of sunshine inland and more limited at the coast. This will boost temperatures into the 70s with light northerly winds. Another cold front will move in and stall over us Saturday keeping us mostly cloudy with isolated showers. As the front moves to the north as a warm front, southerly winds will increase and temperatures will warm to near 80 Sunday. Yet another weak cold front will move in Monday morning with an isolated shower possible ahead of it late Sunday into Monday morning.
Clouds, light fog and drizzle will continue Thursday night with lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s with light winds.
After a gloomy start to the day Friday with isolated rain, clouds will gradually clear from west to east in the afternoon. Highs will reach near 80 inland to near 70 at the coast with light north winds shifting to the east. Clouds will thicken again Friday night with lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
Mostly cloudy skies will keep temperatures in the low to mid 70s Saturday with an isolated shower chance. Winds will shift to the south and increase Saturday night.
Expect a windy, warmer day Sunday, reaching 80 degrees with southerly winds at 15-25 mph. There is an isolated shower chance ahead of the cold front moving in early Monday which will bring us back down into the lower to mid to upper 70s for Monday.
Not much rain is expected in the next 7 days with only isolated showers and 7 day totals under a quarter inch.