The warm, humid and windy weather continues Friday with above average temperatures continuing. A weak Pacific cold front will move in Saturday afternoon, shifting our winds to the north by Saturday evening which will bring temperatures down, closer to normal for this time of year by Sunday. There won't be much, if any, rain with the front although a light shower is possible Saturday afternoon. Sunday looks partly cloudy with winds shifting to the east southeast which will bring our humidity back up by Monday into Tuesday with warming temperatures. Another weak front is forecast to move through Tuesday which will keep our temperatures seasonal for the middle of next week.
Unfortunately, there isn't much rain in the forecast through next week as our severe drought continues. Forecast models are only projecting a tenth inch or less for the next 7 days.
Thursday night: Low clouds moving inland and lows near 70 with southeast winds at 12-20 mph.
Friday: Partly sunny, very warm, humid and windy with high temperatures in the mid 90s inland to the upper 70s beaches and southeast winds at 18-30 mph, gusting as high as 40 mph .
Saturday: Mostly cloudy with a slight shower chance in the afternoon and highs in the upper 80s inland to the mid 70s beaches and south winds shifting to the north late in the day.
Sunday: Partly sunny and not as warm with highs in the mid 80s inland to the lower 70s beaches and an east wind increasing to 15-20 mph.
Monday: Partly sunny with a spot shower chance and windy with highs near 90 inland to the upper 70s beaches and southeast winds at 15-25 mph.
Tuesday: Partly sunny with winds shifting to the north up to 18 mph and highs near 90 inland to upper 70s beaches.