Return southerly flow from the Gulf is producing higher temperatures humidity and wind along with lots of clouds and some sea fog. All of this ahead of a weak Pacific cold front that will come into the area on Saturday and dissipate near the coast. Our temperatures will stay warm and above normal until the end of next week.
Tonight expect it to be much milder with a areas of dense fog after midnight and a low of 65.
Friday will be mostly cloudy with some breaks in the overcast allowing for a little afternoon sunshine windy and warmer with a high of 79.
Friday night will be breezy and unseasonably mild with a low of 68 and areas of dense sea fog.
Saturday the winds back off with morning clouds giving way to afternoon sunshine humid and warmer with a high of 84.
Sunday will be breezy and mostly cloudy but warm and humid again with highs near 80.