Marine low clouds will form along coastal cities Friday evening into Saturday morning before clearing back to the beaches.
Warmer weather will last through Saturday afternoon until a trough deepens Saturday evening along the west coast, bringing with it a cooling trend to the Central Coast.
That low pressure system will move through Northern California Sunday into Monday, producing a deeper marine layer with areas of fog and drizzle in coastal cities.
A gradual warming trend is expected next week starting Tuesday as high pressure builds into the Central Coast from the desert southwest.
The PG&E wildfire rating is at medium risk along the coastline and coastal valleys, while the inland valleys are rated high danger.
Fresh to strong winds will develop daily in the afternoons through next Friday.
Hurricane Barbara, located southwest of the Central Coast, is generating a 3-to-5 foot swell.