Tonight into Saturday morning we'll see offshore winds during the night and morning, shifting to the NW in the afternoon and picking up speed to 10-20mph with some gusts past 20mph. The increase in both the offshore wind speed and onshore speed will help clear out any marine clouds faster and as a result temps will pick up thru the weekend.
Next week Monday thru midweek we'll see more onshore winds and the marine deck returns more significantly at the coast, this will bring temps back down. We could even see spots of mist and drizzle. Late next week, Thursday-Friday a cold front zips thru the area for mist/drizzle but any rain wouldn't be very significant.
Computer models keep suggesting that the late part of November could be more active, but the late ends of the model runs tend to be speculative so we'll just keep watching that for now.