For Friday, Hurricane Oho's leftovers kick up the seas and bring showers to the coast. Inland, the sunshine stays in place.
Today: The remnants of what was Hurricane Oho will bring clouds and isolated showers to the coast on Friday. In addition, the churning seas will be cause for a HAZARDOUS SEAS WARNING. Wave heights will range between 10 to 20 feet, with the highest being the breakers along the shore. Inland, skies will be mostly sunny and temperatures will be warm once again. Winds mainly southerly, 15 to 25 mph along the coast and in northern California.
Tonight: Friday night brings mild temperatures and a mixed bag of cloud cover. The coast should remain mostly cloudy, while inland locations will see mostly clear skies. A sprinkle or two will still be possible for coastal areas.
Tomorrow: A cold front pushing onshore Saturday evening brings scattered to isolated showers, but in the meantime, skies will be mostly sunny during the day. The coast keeps a little cloud cover and temperatures will be cool, but inland, highs will be near average.