High pressure brings temperatures up Friday and Saturday         

Posted at 4:21 AM, May 04, 2018

The increase in temperatures the inland valleys had on Thursday will be much more widespread Friday. The beaches will be in the upper 60s to low 70s, while the coastal valleys will be closer to the mid to upper 70s. The inland valleys will be on the warmer side and close to the mid-80s.

Before things start to heat up Friday, expect patchy morning fog along the coastline and some mid to high-level clouds in the coastal and inland valleys. Conditions will clear-up Friday afternoon, however, by the evening there will be increasing cloud coverage with the potential for dense fog. By Sunday, daytime highs will cool by about five to ten degrees as a result of increasing marine layer.

Winds will remain fairly mild on Friday and stay within a five to 15 mile per hour range, with the possibility of gusts to reach 20 mph.