Warm and dry weather for the remainder of the holiday weekend. At the coast, the rip current threat remains elevated and swimmers should take caution.
Clear skies tonight as winds ease late. Lows overnight will fall into the lower 60s inland with middle to upper 60s along the coast.
Similar conditions expected for Sunday and Monday with highs in the middle 80s. Rain chances remain out of the forecast, winds will be breezy out of the ENE at 10-15 mph.
By midweek an area of low pressure will develop to our south and allow for higher rain chances. Expect temps to start the week in the middle 80s and end the week close to 90
Onshore winds will allow the surf to build this weekend and produce somewhat hazardous boating conditions along our coast for several days. Rip current threat remains elevated, and swimmers should only swim at beaches with lifeguards.
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