Warm humid air continues to flow into the area from the Gulf and Pacific oceans out ahead of a strong cold front that will arrive late Thursday afternoon with much colder air building in just after sunset. Overrunning southwesterly flow aloft will generate clouds and drizzle or light rain only behind the front and make for tow unseasonably cold days before the cold air once again retreats on Sunday.
Tonight will be muggy and very mild with areas of patchy fog near the coast breezy and a low of 67.
Thursday expect lots of clouds with less wind and isolated showers developing during the afternoon (ahead of the front) warm and humid with a high of 77.
Thursday night will be windy and colder with patchy light rain and a low of 45 and a wind chilly dipping into the 30’s by daybreak.
Friday with be much cooler with occasional light rain or drizzle windy with a high only near 50.
Unseasonably cold here Friday night.