Enjoying very nice weather out there with slightly below-normal temperatures and dry conditions. We have experienced a strong onshore flow over the past few weeks with the May grey living up to its name. It looks like the June gloom will continue into next week with light rain and drizzle possible late night/early morning hours across our coastal and valley areas. Thankfully, we remain above all that with plenty of sunshine and warmer temperatures through the weekend. Looking at clear skies through this evening with westerly winds around 15 mph, becoming calm tonight with lows in the 30's. Expect sunny skies on Thursday with west to northwest winds 10-20 mph during the afternoon and highs in the mid to upper 60's. Temperatures will continue to climb Friday through the weekend under weak ridging aloft as highs reach the lower 70's, continued breezy during the afternoon. Weak low pressure will move through the area early next week with enough elevated moisture and instability to spark a few afternoon showers or thunderstorms. Temperatures will also cool back down next week as our mild spring weather continues.