The weather pattern continues to remain consistent with morning temperatures in the coastal and inland valleys in the 30s and the beaches close to the 40s.
Weak onshore flow is keeping the coastline and coastal valleys clear Wednesday morning, but that is expected to change early Thursday as a weak trough moves through California and Nevada. Patchy marine layer is expected throughout the morning commute Thursday before it mixes out by the afternoon.
Back to Wednesday's forecast, daytime highs will stay right around the low to mid-60s for much of the beach communities. The coastal and inland valleys will be slightly warmer by a few degrees with temperatures from the mid to upper 60s. Winds will continue to be mild and are expected to not go past 15 miles per hour Wednesday.
Looking ahead to the weekend, temperatures will be close to average with mostly sunny skies.