WARM THROUGH SATURDAY THEN COOLING
High pressure will slide very slowly to the east and off the coast by Saturday. In the mean time, it will be another cool night in the low to mid 50s with valley fog forming and grassy areas covered with dew as temperatures bottom out early morning. Sunshine heats things up, so highs will be pretty consistent in the low to mid 80s, continuing well above average. Saturday will feature a warm start to the weekend. Humidity may rise a bit and skies will see a few more clouds developing. Highs will be similar in the low to mid 80s. Big changes by Sunday as a cold front slides through during the morning. It will produce more clouds, however, moisture will be limited so not much expected in the form of showers. Highs will be noticeably cooler but more seasonable in the mid to upper 70s. We will remain in the 70s with more clouds but little threat for showers next week.
AIR QUALITY ALERT
Once again, with the high over head and light to calm winds, conditions are not favorable for prolonged periods outdoors for those who suffer from lung or respiratory diseases. Also, want to keep an eye on the elderly. Ozone particulates increase and become unhealthy for those with compromised immune systems.