Golden sunshine will rule all day with afternoon highs a little cooler topping in the upper 60s. A nice northwest wind flow will keep our air mass dry and stable, however this trend won't last long. Overnight it will be mostly clear with patchy fog developing once again after midnight.
Our wind turn onshore on Wednesday out ahead of a front that is set to arrive tomorrow night. It'll bring with it a 60% chance of storms that will continue into Thursday morning. In it's wake temperatures will take the plunge. Friday morning we'll wake up with freezing temperatures (32 degrees), and then by Saturday morning most spots will be in the sub-freezing zones with morning readings at 30 degrees in town, with upper 20s possible inland. The upcoming weekend will be rain-free.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster