Happy Wednesday! Sunny skies this evening with a few high clouds and highs topped out in the upper-60s and lower-70s.
There is a system north of us in British Columbia now, that will drop south tonight. Onshore wind and low level moisture will increase and we’ll cool off a lot tomorrow with more clouds and even some drizzle. I don’t think we’ll see any rain on the radar, but we’ll see some drippy conditions early with limited afternoon clearing. Highs will be in the lower-60s!
Friday looks mostly cloudy and mainly dry in the low-60s. Rain will increase early on Saturday for a rainy and cool day with breezy conditions in the upper-50s. Sunday and Monday will have spotty showers and sunbreaks with seasonal temps in the upper-50s and lower-60s.
Look for another round of rain on Tuesday.