High pressure continues to build this weekend bringing a warming trend before a significant cooling midweek.
Offshore flow persisted today. A few more light offshore flows are expected tomorrow with a light breeze.
Daytime highs are expected to reach triple digits for inland areas, low to mid 90's for coastal valleys and mid-80's for beaches.
Temps look to top off Friday and Saturday in some inland areas.
Sunday temps could remain above normal, just a few degrees cooler than Saturday.
The marine layer is taking a break this weekend and not expected to return until early next week.
Starting Sunday, low pressure starts to build in the area and is expected to bring a cooling trend.
This could deepen along the coast through Tuesday and bring temps below normal with think marine clouds. It is possible for morning drizzle.