Today’s Forecast

The offshore low is slow in moving and clearing us of clouds, persistent in it’s kickback of moisture, so clouds barely mixing out this afternoon. High pressure builds overnight, but weakens and I do have some sprinkles in the forecast tomorrow, PM into early Sunday and even though some forecasts show plenty of sunshine, I see clouds being a bit stubborn on Sunday. Winds increase on Sunday and out of the west, but they diminish by the PM. Monday looks dry, but clouds increase later and sticking with mostly cloudy Tuesday because of the cold front and timing of it. Looks cloudy and unsettled next Tuesday-Thursday, but by no means a washout. I don’t see any wind issues. The end of the following week looks active as a low develops… Temperatures are mainly in the 60’s, with next Tue-Wed as the warmer days.

Have a great weekend!

Meteorologist Erika Martin

TONIGHT: Still gusty but decreasing winds (and clouds) overnight.40-45

SATURDAY: Developing PM clouds but plenty of AM sunshine calm westerlies. 62-65

SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy, spot shower, stronger W to NW winds. 60-63

MONDAY: Clear start to partly cloudy skies and watching cold front. 60’s

TUESDAY: Developing clouds partly to mostly cloudy–cold front, upstream flow shows extra clouds. SW winds -mid 60’s

WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy and chance of showers. Warm sector, for now. mid to upper 60’s

THURSDAY: Partly cloudy low 60’s

FRIDAY: Mostly cloy to overcast and tracking rain. Chillier 50’s

SATURDAY: Looks unsettled. 50’s