Offshore winds are driving clear skies and warm daytime highs in the 80s for many. Saturday looks warm still with 80s for the coast and near 90s for deeper interior valleys. Beaches look to hit the mid 70s. Night and morning offshore winds generally look to be 10-15mph but some local gusts could peak 20 in passes and canyons around the Central Coast. Winds will stay offshore in the morning but turn back onshore and become breezy NW by afternoon at 15-20mph.
Sunday temps look to cool just a couple degrees with more cooling Monday back to the 70s at beaches and near coastal valleys with upper 70s inland. I think temps stay at those levels with perhaps a few degrees of warming across the board heading into next weekend.
I don’t see any rain until we get into the second week of November and at that it looks light with a weak cold front passage.
It needs to be said that these edges of the model runs tend to change quickly but since the forecast has been pretty quiet it is at least something to keep an eye on down the road.