Night and morning marine clouds will still be a coastal forecast factor into early next week. We'll still see some nice afternoon clearing for most locations while temperatures stay near average at the coast. Inland temperatures will be warmest Thursday but still only a few degrees above average, no extreme conditions are expected.
Onshore winds will slow a but Friday into early next week, the upshot of that will be a little more persistent marine layer. Some beaches may not fully clear over the weekend, as a result some beach temps will be cooler in the 60s while coastal valleys will be in the 70s and interior valleys in the 80s and lower 90s.
We will still see occasional light fire smoke wafting into the area from the NW surface flow.