The warming trend peaks today before we see a drop in our temperatures this weekend with showers early next week.
We can expect mainly sunny skies over Northern California today with above average temperatures. The valley is expected to reach 80 degrees in most areas with the low to mid 60's on the coast.
As the approaching storm hits the ridge of high pressure responsible for these above average temperatures it will break apart. However, it will hold on long enough to bring the coast some light shower activity early Saturday morning but should be mainly dry the rest of the day. The valley will see some clouds with highs back down to the low 70's.
Sunday will be another dry day with highs in the low 70's in the valley while the coast will be closer to the upper 50's and low 60's.
A series of weak storms will move through the Pacific Northwest Monday and Tuesday clipping Northern California. This will not only mean a cooler start to next week but we will also see scattered showers.
There may be a few lingering showers Wednesday morning but it will be a drier and warmer day and we'll keep it dry through the end of next week.