A weak Pacific disturbance made its way to the Valley last night, bringing overcast skies and a few sprinkles to some County areas. Arrival of the weak disturbance also signifies the beginning of a weekend cooldown, which will cause temperatures to dip a few degrees starting today and lasting through Sunday. Measurable weekend precipitation chances are nowhere in sight for the County, courtesy of the considerably dry air mass moving into the region.
Temperatures today will reach the low 80’s for most Valley locations under primarily sunny skies. Overnight lows are expected to bottom out near the 57°F mark. Some high clouds will make their way into the region later this evening, accompanied by some light overnight breezes.
Saturday’s temperatures will remain near average, with a forecast high of 79°F, accompanied by a few upper-level clouds. By late Saturday afternoon and into the evening, most Valley locations will see a slight uptick in winds with some consistent breezes above 10mph. Saturday’s overnight temperatures will dwell in the low-to-mid 50’s. Sunday temperatures are expected to sit a few degrees below average with a high near 74°F and a low near 46°F under mostly clear skies and breezy conditions again in the afternoon.