An upper-level low is going to make its way over California Friday, bringing the chance for precipitation over coastal waters and the chance of drizzle over land.
Friday morning will start out with low clouds and fog throughout the morning drive. However, by the afternoon, skies will begin to gradually clear but daytime highs will remain below average. Most inland and coastal valley communities will struggle to get out of the 70s Friday, while daytime highs at the coast will range from the upper 50s to mid-60s. Don't get too used to the cooler weather, a ridge will rebuild by the start of next week bring daytime highs across valley locations back to the 80s and 90s.
Breezy conditions are expected Friday evening with wind gusts up to 15 miles per hour, but gusty conditions are expected back in the forecast Saturday with wind speeds that could potentially reach 25 mph.
There is still a chance of drizzle Friday night through Saturday morning, but as stated above, and according to most models, the activity will mainly be off the coast rather than over land.