A weak storm is all that's left of a decaying active weather pattern. This means we get an extended break from rain and snow starting this weekend with plenty of sun and warm temperatures.
Today: Patchy morning fog with low visibility for some areas. By the afternoon, mostly to partly cloudy skies and a few degrees warmer. Rain will keep roads slick for the evening commute along the coast. Rain and snow moves inland later in the evening. WIND ADVISORY for High Desert locations.
Tonight: Some showers linger, but wrap up in the early morning hours. Fog will re-develop for western valleys and part of the Klamath Basin. Cold overnight lows expected. Breezy conditions for the coast, high terrain, and high desert.
Tomorrow: Mostly to partly sunny skies after the fog dissipates. Temperatures will warm by ~5 degrees in the afternoon with the added sunshine. Winds: light and variable.