Saturday will see fair skies with a stubborn marine layer on the coast. Temperatures are hovering above normal for this time of year. Sunday will bring changes as some low pressure hanging out over the Pacific Northwest coast starts to assert it's influence.
Early this week, onshore flow and low clouds will strengthen and temperatures will cool as a result. The low clouds or fog could push into the coastal slopes of the mountains. The potential for patchy drizzle is minimal, but shouldn't be ruled out completely.
Through the next couple of days, beaches will sit in the low 60s, coastal valleys in the low 70s and the warmest inland areas will cool to the low 80s.