Very mild and moist air will continue to flow in from the Gulf of Mexico ahead of a Pacific cold front arriving before noon on Saturday. The front will sweep the high humidity out of the area but clearing skies and colder air will be slow to follow. Therefore it will actually warm up behind the frontal passage initially and overall the weekend looks very nice.
Tonight expect areas of dense sea fog light winds with mist and drizzle and a low of 65.
Saturday expect only a brief isolated shower in the morning otherwise turning breezy and a lot less humid with slowly clearing skies and a warmer high of 81.
Saturday night will be mainly clear breezy and colder with a low of 47.
Sunday looks very nice with mainly sunny skies very dry and only moderate winds with a cooler high of 71.
Clouds will quickly return and quicken by Monday afternoon.