Weather report from John C. Toman, meteorologist with weathercurrents.com:
Expect seasonally mild and breezy conditions -- with a morning marine layer -- Sunday and into the first part of next week; a little rain may be in the mix as well.
Even cooler weather is coming later in the week, when a low pressure system, currently off Northern California, lazily drops south.
Showers are possible on Wednesday, with the best chance on Thursday, when they may be accompanied by thunderstorms.
At this point the storm doesn't look particularly strong, but a good chance of measurable rain is predicted. Following the storm, temperatures will begin to recover next weekend.
Today: Morning low clouds and fog, becoming mostly sunny, warm; southwest wind increasing to 10 to 20 mph in the afternoon, with a high near 80 degrees.
Tonight: Partly cloudy early, then low clouds and fog developing. Southwest wind 10 to 15 mph in the evening, low around 57 degrees.
Monday: Morning low clouds and fog, becoming mostly sunny. Southwest wind 10 to 15 mph, high of about 79 degrees; Monday night: Partly cloudy, then low clouds and fog developing, low near 56 degrees.
Tuesday: Morning low clouds and fog, becoming partly sunny, high around 77 degrees; Tuesday night: Partly cloudy, becoming mostly cloudy, low of about 53 degrees.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, becoming partly sunny, high near 75 degrees;
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, becoming mostly cloudy. 20% chance of showers, low around 51 degrees.