Most of the Central Coast will start to cool tomorrow the possible exception will be the interior valleys where some hot temps will hang on at least one more day.
High pressure will start to move east as an approaching trough of low pressure from the eastern Pacific will bring cooler temperatures and deeper marine layer early next week.
There is also a possibility of showers Monday night and Tuesday, if we see showers it won't be much. Less than .10" is likely. Coast and valley low clouds during the night and morning will persist Wednesday and Thursday.
Today temps were 15-20 degrees above normal.