Low pressure that’s moving over California is keeping daytime highs cooler and below seasonal averages. There is still a slight chance of showers Friday morning as a result of the deepening marine area, and if they do happen, it will be in areas north of Point Conception. If the rain doesn’t pull through, definitely expect some morning drizzle. The morning fog and marine layer will hang around until the early afternoon when there will be some afternoon clearing.
Cooler daytime highs are in the forecast for Friday and they won’t vary too much between the beaches and coastal and inland valleys. Temperatures will be mostly in the low to upper 60s. Winds will be mild most of Friday, increasing to about a 10-15 mile per hour range by the afternoon. Saturday is a when they will really start to pick-up and be within a 20-30 mile per hour range.