The stubborn clouds will finally break up and clear by early Friday morning, giving us a bright but cool day as high pressure builds and northerly winds continue. It will be cold with lows in the 30s to lower 40s Thursday and Friday nights but will come up through the weekend as winds shift to the southeast. Days will gradually warm into the 60s Friday and Saturday to 70s Sunday. A weak cold front moves through late Sunday with only a slight chance of light showers. Little to no rainfall is expected through next Wednesday as we warm to 80 degrees by mid-week. Another cold front will drop temperatures a few degrees for the end of next week.
Thursday Night: Decreasing clouds and lows in the mid to upper 30s inland to the lower 40s coast with northerly winds at 8-12 mph.
Friday: After a chilly morning, abundant sunshine will warm us into the lower 60s in the afternoon despite a cool northerly breeze at 8-15 mph.
Friday Night: Clear and cold with lows in the mid to upper 30s inland to low 40s coast.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and mild with highs reaching into the upper 60s and light winds shifting to the east-southeast.
Sunday; Partly cloudy and mild with highs in the mid 70s and light east-southeast winds. There is a slight chance of light showers by evening and overnight.