A Pacific system will continue to push through the area through tomorrow. As it does, we'll continue to see lots of cloud cover, the chance for scattered showers and cooler temps. Most of the rain will stick to the mountains, but the valley will continue to have chances for sprinkles and light rain tonight through tomorrow. Expect upper end breezy winds with gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon. The system moves out by Tuesday morning and we will see more sunshine and lighter winds that day. High temps will remain in the low 80s on Tuesday. High pressure will build in and warm high temps to the mid 80s on Wednesday and Thursday. Expect partly cloudy skies both days. A series of systems will start to bring chances to the area on Friday, in the form of cloud cover, slight chances for rain and cooler temps. Expect mostly cloudy skies on Friday with afternoon and evening chances for scattered showers and highs back down to the low 80s. The chances will continue through Saturday morning and high temps will warm by a couple of degrees by that afternoon as the system makes an exit. Another system follows closely behind and will start to move in Sunday, which will kick the winds up to the breezy category. High temps will remain in the low to mid 80s to finish off the weekend. Yet another system will roll in to start of the workweek.