Going...Going...GONE! Wave goodbye to the fall chill for now.
South winds will develop today, so the cooler 40s/50s this morning will turn to lower 80s by afternoon. Skies remain sunny, with just a few cirrus clouds later today.
A weak disturbance in the desert SW will approach tomorrow with partly sunny skies and a continued south wind to keep temps in the low 80s. As this disturbance crosses Friday, AM clouds will keep lows in the 60s with daytime highs again in the low 80s as clouds break a bit PM. There may be a stray shower or two in the more humid air.
The weekend again will be SPLIT between a very warm, humid Saturday and a much cooler, windier Sunday.
While a few PM showers can't be ruled out Saturday...MOST of the action will be overnight Saturday with a fairly decent coverage of showers and storms (a few with strong winds) that blows through with a cold front.
Similar to last weekend, most of the rain will have exited by early Sunday AM (except SE/E) . Clouds should break up by afternoon with a cool north wind and highs in the 70s.
Next week looks basically dry with a pleasant start and a gusty cold front by Tuesday to bring back a return to the 70s through mid-week.