Cooler, drier weather arrives tonight and sticks around for the weekend. A cold front will move through late tonight, clearing out clouds by Saturday morning. Wind will pick up Saturday as the colder air ushers in. Temperatures will likely hold steady or even fall throughout the day on Saturday. As winds calm Saturday night, temperatures will dip into the 30s and some spots could see frost Sunday morning. Clouds will increase late Sunday ahead of the next storm system that will bring rain Monday into Tuesday. Another shot of cold weather will move in for the middle of next week. Two more night in the 30s are expected Tuesday and Wednesday night.
Tonight: mostly cloudy, areas of fog. Lows 46-48 inland, 50-53 beaches.
Saturday, partly sunny, windy and cooler. Highs 56-59.
Sunday: mostly sunny and chilly. Highs in the upper 50s.