Friday saw cooler and breezy conditions, but high pressure building over the area will bring a warming trend this weekend.
Winds look to calm down as we head into this evening.
High pressure is expected to build overnight tonight and will bring warmer daytime highs.
Inland communities will see the biggest warm-up, but coastal communities can expect to be a few degrees warmer too.
Saturday temperatures could reach the mid-90's for interior valleys, upper-70's to low 80's for coastal valleys and upper 60's to low 70's at the beach.
Those temps look to top off Sunday and Monday.
Night through morning low clouds will linger closer to the coastal areas, burning off mid-day Saturday and Sunday.
Once the thin marine layer burns off, sunshine looks to be abundant across the Central Coast.
Onshore flow returns early next week and could cool coastal areas down while the inland areas could continue to warm.