High pressure will rule the roost into Saturday with continued warmer than average temperatures. We'll continue to see a lot of 70s for highs with some high clouds. There will be locally strong winds including Sundowner winds.
There is a change expected Sunday as a weak cold front comes through the area, this feature will most likely fail to produce significant rainfall (or at least outside of a stray shower or two).
The larger impact of that system will be to crank up the NW winds after the front passes Sunday morning, this will pull temps back down into the 60s for most. Low to middle 60s are average temps this time of year.
The cooldown is short-lived, by Monday the offshore component returns and temps crawl back slowly into the 70s Wednesday-Friday.
The extended forecast looks dry with a ridge keeping the storm track well to the north for 10-days if not longer.
There is a high surf advisory for the weekend which people should pay attention to.