The remnant low of former hurricane Marie may be 1000 miles to our southwest but it is still throwing through the Northstate today.

We'll continue to see mid to high level clouds move through the Northstate, which will help to keep afternoon highs 3-5 degrees cooler compared to Thursday.

A trough of low pressure to our northwest will clip the Northstate to the north tomorrow.  It will also help to drop our highs another 2-3 degrees Saturday.

High pressure will quickly build back in Sunday and Monday.  By Labor Day on Monday the northern valley will be close to 100 degrees once again.