A fairly weak storm system over the Gulf of California is pushing moisture in our direction. As it moves north toward the area, it will continue to increase humidity. Chances for rain tonight look slim, but will improve tomorrow and continue on Thursday. Expect mostly cloudy skies tomorrow and partly cloudy on Thursday, with highs in the mid and upper 80s both days. The system pushes out of the area Thursday night, but there may be enough residual moisture to fire off a stray storm on Friday. Highs will warm to around 90 that afternoon and remain the same on Saturday. However, by Saturday we will dry out and the winds will pick up ahead of a Pacific system that will pass north of the area on Sunday. Expect upper end breezy both Saturday and Sunday with sunny to mainly sunny skies both days. The system will sweep in cooler air and drop highs to the mid 80s Sunday through next Tuesday.
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