From Elliot Wilson:
We’ll have a 30% rain chance going through the evening as a few scattered storms will track in from the south due to a sea breeze on the coast. These are mainly driven by daytime heating, so they’ll gradually weaken as they push northward, dying off around 9pm. Afterwards our skies will clear up going through the overnight, where temperatures will dip into the low to mid 70’s. We stay there through Thursday at dawn, with some patchy fog possible for the morning commute. Any fog that forms will be gone by 10am, after which we’ll have partly cloudy skies going through the day with warm highs in the low 90’s during the afternoon.
We’ll keep that warm weather to end the work week too, with highs getting into the mid 90’s for most of us Friday afternoon with abundant sunshine. Spotty rain chances return Saturday afternoon, with a few scattered showers moving in during the night. Spotty rain chances return for Sunday and Monday, where highs we’ll be in the low to mid 90’s. Better chances for scattered storms return on Tuesday at 40%, which will keep highs a tad cooler in the upper 80’s. A 30% rain chance will follow on Wednesday.