An upper level high pressure system is moving in, it'll keep skies generally clear and will drive offshore night and morning winds all weekend long, in fact those winds could linger into the middle of next week.
The strength of those offshore winds will be locally windy at times but likely under advisory levels.
In terms of temps, the beaches will get into the middle 70s for the weekend with the coastal valleys in the mid to upper 80s with the inland valleys valleys in the upper 80s to low 90s.
To me it looks like Monday looks pretty warm maybe adding a degree or two to the weekend highs. Tuesday we'll drop a few degrees with more cooling developing Wednesday-Friday. Even with "cooling" for the rest of next week I think the highs still hit the 80s in the coastal valleys with upper 80s inland and lower 70s at beaches.
Late next week could see another Santa Ana/Santa Lucia offshore push. With this pattern we stay warm and dry. In fact when you are warm and dry this long with additional wind we will have to stay away for fire risk.