The heat returns for the weekend with high temperatures reaching into the 90s with abundant sunshine Saturday after areas of morning fog. We'll have more clouds around Sunday and it will be breezy by late afternoon. There is a slight shower chance Sunday afternoon and evening but most areas will stay dry. If you are heading to the beach this weekend, use caution in the water as there is a high rip current risk. Also, a Coastal Flood Advisory continues into Sunday morning and water will be higher on the beaches during high tide. Our next cold front moves in Monday by early afternoon with scattered showers and isolated storms ahead of it. After warming into the 80s, winds will shift to the north and we'll dry out by Monday evening with beautiful weather for next Tuesday and Wednesday as daytime temperatures remain in the 70s and 80s, dropping into the upper 50s inland to mid 60s coast.
Saturday: Areas of morning fog with mostly sunny skies in the afternoon and highs in the mid to upper 80s at the beaches and into the mid 90s inland with southeast winds up to 16 mph.
Sunday: Partly sunny with a slight shower chance late in the day and high temperatures in the mid 80s beaches to the lower 90s inland and southeast winds up to 22 mph.
Monday: Scattered showers and isolated t-storms by late morning into the afternoon and highs reaching the 80s with gusty winds shifting to the north in the afternoon.
Monday Night: Drying out by evening and partly cloudy overnight with lows in the upper 50s well inland to the mid 60s coast.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and pleasant with high temperatures in the upper 70s to near 80 and northeast winds up to 15 mph.