Summer officially starts today at 8:54 a.m. Despite the seasonal shift, temperatures won’t really reflect that it’s the first day of Summer.
Daytime highs for the beaches will be from the low to mid-60s, with the coastal valleys still sitting close to the mid to upper 60s. The interior valleys will mostly be close to the mid to upper 70s, with some areas like California Valley and San Miguel expected to reach the low 80s.
Marine layer and fog will blanket most of the area throughout the morning commute and drizzle could once again be a factor. Weather models are showing that clearing should start around late morning for the coastal and interior valleys, but the marine layer could linger along the coast through most of the day.
The weekend looks to be warmer as temperatures should start climbing towards the 90s Saturday for parts of the interior valleys. Coastal valleys will also warm up slightly, but the cooler temperatures will remain at the coast.