As upper-level high pressure moves east, a return Gulf flow will result in more clouds, wind, and humidity over the weekend.
So, unfortunately, not near as beautiful as the last couple of days.
A stalling cold front will produce isolated showers Sunday through Tuesday.
As the front meanders across the area, rain will be likely Tuesday night and early Wednesday, followed by cooler temperatures again.
Tonight will be mainly clear, then patchy fog well after midnight, muggy, and milder with a low of 56.
Saturday, expect a lot more clouds than we had Friday, becoming breezy-to-windy by afternoon, warm and humid and a high of 78.
Saturday night will be breezy mostly cloudy muggy and very mild, with a low of 63 and areas of sea fog near the coast.
Sunday will be cloudy, windy, and humid with only a few sprinkles and a high of 76.
Isolated showers expected Sunday night through Tuesday.