Even though the coast and interior were covered in clouds this morning the warming trend began. High pressure is starting to rebuild over the Central Coast, the depth of the marine layer will compress over the next few days getting inland temps back into the upper 80s and lower 90s tomorrow and ultimately the mid-90s into the weekend.
At the coast, the changes will be very minor with beaches still in the 60s and coastal valleys in the 70s. Night and morning clouds will continue at the coast with afternoon winds to 15mph.
Sunday into Tuesday temps dip again as another pronounced trough digs in across California. It is the same pattern that produced the clouds of the last few days. It is significant because it could impact viewing of the partial solar eclipse at local beach communities, inland conditions look clear enough at this point.
That cool-down will be short-lived again as high pressure looks to re-build again late next week for a warm end of the month.