After reaching 85 degrees Monday which is the warmest since November 27th, temperatures are coming back down and will stay milder for Tuesday. Another stronger cold front moving in early Wednesday will send chilly air in by Wednesday night as winds shift to the north, keeping us cool through Thursday. Temperatures will rise again as winds shift to the south Friday and Saturday. There is no rain in the forecast through the weekend.
Tonight will be partly cloudy and cooler with lows in the low 50s inland to the upper 50s coast with light northeast winds.
It won't be as warm Tuesday but still pleasant, reaching the lower 70s with northeast to east winds up to 12 mph under partly cloudy skies. We'll drop into the 50s again Tuesday night.
North winds will increase early Wednesday at 15-25 mph and temperatures will stay in the upper 60s for highs with partly cloudy skies. Skies will clear and temperatures will drop to near 40 by Thursday morning, giving us a cold start to the day.
Thursday will be the coolest day this week with afternoon highs staying in the low to mid 60s and mostly sunny skies. Clouds will move back in Thursday night as winds shift to the east-southeast.