Public weather briefingMild temperatures persist through the end of the work week. Skies will remain clear, with occasional clouds Wednesday night and Thursday. Highs will hover in the upper-50s. The weekend will be cooler, but still pleasant. Frost may occur just after dawn on Friday and Saturday. The best chance of rain will be seen Sunday night.
Tonight. Partly cloudy with skies clearing towards morning. Low around 37.
Wednesday. Clear skies through the day. Winds from the West around 10 mph. High around 59.
Wednesday night. Some clouds moving in. Low around 40.
Thursday. Mostly sunny skies. High around 58. Light winds from the Northwest. Low around 37.
Friday. Mostly sunny skies. Highs in the upper 50s. Lows in the upper 30s.
Outlook for the Weekend. Start of the weekend looks to have cool temperatures, falling into the mid-50s. Skies will be mostly sunny on Friday and Saturday. There is a possibility for frost in the early morning hours. Clouds on Sunday, with a chance of rain increasing into Sunday evening. [CONFIDENCE: MEDIUM]
Tropical Storm Simon will dissolve over northern Baja California, leaving moisture behind in the atmosphere. This will be transported through the atmosphere via a combination of vertical motion, advection, and geostrophic wind. The moisture will leave the atmosphere over the lower Midwest on Sunday, seen as a band of precipitation travelling to the southeast.