High pressure will continue to dominate the region through late workweek, bringing us rather calm conditions. Winds will be primarily northerly through the week with breezy conditions tonight into early Wednesday.
Rain chances will also likely be lower through the week. Some rain will linger off our coastal area through the week as a result a stalled trough off the east coast of the U.S.
Saturday into Sunday, an upper level low-pressure system will begin making its way across the western US, approaching our area. Southerly surface winds Friday – Sunday will lead to moisture and warm air moving into the area ahead of the low pressure system.
Increasing instability in the atmosphere will elevate rain chances for the weekend as a result. The amount of rain for the weekend still depends on how the system develops over the next few days. Stay tuned for updates.