Thicker clouds than expected prevent the sun from warming our temperatures today, but a warm wind will warm our temperatures tomorrow with or without the sun. High pressure is centered to our north. South of the high's center our wind is from the east. Clouds are pouring in from the Pacific Ocean, and they are likely to stay with us. With a cool night and deep moisture along with an overall stable vertical profile some more fog, some of it dense, will likely develop tonight. Tomorrow, the high pressure migrates to the east and our wind becomes more southerly west of the high's center. That southerly wind will help to warm us even if the clouds don't allow the sun to help out. Rain could move into our area late Thursday. Friday appears to be the more likely rain day. The cold front that brings that rain will also bring about some cooler temperatures for this weekend. A fast progressive pattern means high pressure over us this weekend will quickly trek to the east and warm our temperatures early next week to be followed by more rain and another cool down.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy with patchy dense fog. The low will be near 47. Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy. The high will be near 73. Thursday will be mainly cloudy with rain approaching during the evening. The morning low will be near 58. The afternoon high will be near 73. Friday will be cloudy with periods of rain. The high of 62 will occur early in the day. The day's low of 47 will occur in the evening following the passage of a cold front. Saturday will become mostly sunny. The morning low will be near 42. The afternoon high will be near 59. Sunday will be mostly sunny. The morning low will be near 37. The afternoon high will be near 58. Monday will become mostly cloudy. The morning low will be near 34. The afternoon high will be near 64. Tuesday will be cloudy with periods of rain. The morning low will be near 45. The afternoon high will be near 60.