High pressure continues to bring the gorgeous stretch of weather. Winds will shift more southwesterly bringing warmer temperatures through the weekend. A slow-moving frontal boundary will bring some scattered showers starting late Sunday night and the threat will continue into the start of the workweek.
Friday night will not be as cool as the previous few nights. Overnight temperatures will drop into the upper 50s in the city. Some of the outlying areas will end up in the 40s.
Saturday will be delightful. Temperatures will climb into the mid to upper 70s in the afternoon under abundant sunshine. Much of Sunday will be fine as well and it may be even warmer. Highs will likely top out in the upper 70s with some spots just to west possibly hitting 80 or so.
Late on Sunday, a frontal boundary will approach bringing in some clouds into the region. A few showers may develop in the evening especially for areas to the north and west of the city. Overnight, the showers may make their way into the city and coastal sections.
Monday will feature a good deal of clouds with the frontal boundary meandering across the region. A few occasional showers will be possible from time to time as well. Despite the cloud cover temperatures will remain above normal with highs in the mid 70s.Late in the day, a wave of low pressure may bring a better chance of rain and that could linger into a part of Tuesday
The front will creep south ending the threat of showers Tuesday morning. Skies may then start to partially clear out in the afternoon. Wednesday and Thursday looks dry with a good deal of clouds, but the risk of showers may return by next Friday as another storm system approaches.