Light onshore winds thru tomorrow will continue to bring in low clouds with areas of fog and mist/drizzle at beaches and in near coastal valleys. The marine layer will clear by the afternoon in the coastal valleys, but linger at beaches.
A trough in the jet stream will dig into The West Thursday and will significantly cool the interior valleys. Highs will drop into the mid to upper 70s for the next several day before rebounding this weekend.
That feature will also help to deepen the marine clouds allowing them further inland and also promoting a slightly better chance of marine drizzle.
High-pressure will build over the Central Coast on Saturday into Sunday for warmer inland and coastal valley temperatures, but the marine layer will continue to persist in the coastal regions.
A change in the weather pattern will happen next week with stronger NW winds at the coast. It’ll produce better clearing of the marine layer but coastal temps will be near average since the winds are strongly onshore.
While inland temps look to warm into the 90s next week, I don’t see anything extreme in modeling in terms of temp for the next week to 10 days.