Good Thursday. The winds are dying down, but still cool and breezy weather will hang out with us through the day.
High pressure to the west will continue to shoot in northwest breezes at 10-15 mph. That will keep a conveyor belt of cool, dry air flowing in. The afternoon high will only reach the low 50s this afternoon under mostly sunny skies.
Tonight, the winds become light and variable as that high pressure slips to our south. Overnight, look for lots of stars and lows tumbling into the low to mid 30s.
As the high continues to move south of us, it will shift our wind flow. More southerly winds means a warm up Friday as we climb into the mid 60s.
For the weekend, we will be in the 60s again Saturday, but expect clouds to build through the afternoon as another front approaches. We will see rain showers developing Saturday night, and last through the day Sunday.