High pressure responsible for our summer-like weather much of this week will weaken and shift eastward today. This will allow a stronger onshore flow to develop as a trough deepens off the west coast. Temperatures will cool through the big Memorial Holiday weekend with gusty west winds returning, especially during the afternoons. Looking a nice finish to our week under mostly sunny skies today with highs in the mid-70's, west to southwest winds gusting to around 25 mph by afternoon. Expect more noticeable cooling tomorrow as temperatures reach the upper 60's, closer to average, while overnight lows drop back into the 30's, possibly down around freezing over the weekend. Westerly winds will continue around 5-15 mph at times with gusts near 20 mph, elevating the fire danger, be extra careful if planning outdoor activities! Daytime highs will cool from the mid-60's Sunday to around 60-degrees on Memorial Day. As this trough slides east of us Tuesday, fair and gradually warmer weather will return later in the week as our forecast remains dry.