Last weekend we were asking: "How hot will it get?", now this weekend we're asking: "How low will it go?"
Temperatures are going to continue to cool down Sunday, some areas seeing a variance of 6-12 degrees cooler than normal!
These cooler temperatures come alongside overnight and morning low clouds and fog through Monday; on the coasts it will continue through Wednesday.
Along with the fog will come some light precipitation Sunday, but no measurable amounts of rain.
The cool down will only last for a few more days however as a big warming trend is on the way.
By Wednesday, temperatures could shift to 4-12 degrees above normal, with valley areas potentially reaching over 100 degrees.
It's possible a heat advisory may be issued.
Our winds are staying below small craft advisory level but that could change by Monday.
There was a wind advisory issued for the area west of I-5 including Avenal and Coalinga, with wind gusts up to 35 miles per hour.
This could be dangerous for drivers in high profile vehicles, like campers or trailers, and blowing dust could create reduced visibility.
Have a great rest of your weekend!