High pressure combined with offshore flow will continue to bring warm and dry conditions to the area through the weekend.
Highs won’t be as warm as they were Friday when many places topped 90 degrees but still quite a few mid 80s temps are possible. Onshore flow will start to make a comeback in the forecast as will some night and morning marine layer beginning Monday.
Models still showing an increase in north northeast winds tonight and Saturday morning across SLO/SB counties but probably below advisory levels in most areas. Saturday really does look a lit like today in most regards but we`ll start seeing a change Sunday as onshore winds pick up in the afternoon ahead of a trough moving into the Pac NW. This will bring cooling to most areas except the far interior but still well above normal temps.
With the return of more marine influence Monday not much change through the middle of the week but some offshore flow should develop late next week when a trough pushes past us to the east but too early to say how strong an event it’ll be.
In the ever changing outlook for rain the models are now waiting again until mid-November for any chance at all. This has been the most common model output, occasionally some runs have shown a storm around the 12th but it is not in the latest run.