A ridge of high pressure had moved into the area which will help keep us dry through the weekend. It does, however, keep us with an easterly wind which is gusty today and tonight then eases some tomorrow into Sunday.
We also have a trough of low pressure to the west that is pushing some mid and high clouds over the area.
The trough is being stretched out with some of the energy headed north into Vancouver Island and the southern part moving into northern California, leaving us with only some higher cloud as the surface remains under the influence of the dryer offshore winds and the high pressure.
It looks like we will have a similar situation develop around Tuesday of next week with another trough approaching but the bulk of the energy moves into California once again, but, there is a chance some of the moisture could move up into our area giving us a slight chance of rain Tuesday with a slightly better chance Wednesday into Thursday.
Highs continue 50-55, lows 38-43.