Onshore breezes the past couple of days have resulted in below average temperatures and just generally sub-par weather. While we managed to see some spotty sunshine here and there both Tuesday and Wednesday, cloud cover was abundant and there were some intermittent pockets of mist. The onshore breeze also funneled in some chilly air from the north and capped temperatures in the 40s to around 50F.
Thankfully the air mass over the region is starting to modify and winds are shifting around to an offshore direction…meaning a warming trend is getting underway.
Expect plenty of sunshine through the day on Thursday with temperatures topping out in the upper 40s and lower 50s. While northwest breezes will be a bit busy at times…the addition of sunshine will make for a more pleasant afternoon around the area.
We can expect to tack on a couple of degrees Friday as southerly winds take hold and for even milder temperatures both Saturday and Sunday. Currently, it looks as though Sunday will be the better of the two weekend days as clouds and showers Saturday morning will eat up part of the weekend.