--- Weather report by John C. Toman, meteorologist with weathercurrents.com
Another deck of low clouds is in store Friday in the Temecula Valley, as a low pressure trough passes through the region.
Drizzle is possible, and fog as well, burning off to sunshine and mild temperatures for the afternoon.
By Saturday, a warming trend will be in place, as high pressure begins to build in from the Pacific.
Dry offshore flow will return Sunday, and dry northeast gusts of up to 20 mph are forecast for Monday and Tuesday, which are also predicted to be the warmest days of the week.
The pattern is expected to shift back to onshore flow for the latter half of next week. A storm system could arrive by Friday.
Today: Morning low clouds, fog and drizzle, becoming mostly sunny. Southwest wind 10 to 15 mph, high near 72 degrees; tonight: partly cloudy, then low clouds and patchy fog developing.
Southwest wind 10 to 15 mph in the evening, low around 49 degrees.
Saturday: Morning low clouds and fog, becoming sunny, warm. High of about 80 degrees; Saturday night: clear, low near 49 degrees.
Sunday: Sunny, very warm, high around 90 degrees; Sunday night: clear. Offshore breezes possible, low of about 54 degrees.
Monday: Sunny, very warm and dry. Offshore breezes possible, high near 91 degrees; Monday night: clear and dry. Offshore breezes possible, low around 58 degrees.
Tuesday: Sunny, very warm and dry. Offshore breezes possible, high of about 91 degrees; Tuesday night: clear, low near 55 degrees.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. Warm, high around 83 degrees; Wednesday night: mostly clear, then low clouds and fog developing, low of about 53 degrees.