TODAY: The latest cold front has not only brought brief shower chances but also slightly cooler air. Skies will remain clear by the mid-morning and beyond. Northwest winds will be in play, keeping the mercury restricted to the mid-70s for highs. The uneventful conditions will continue through the evening as temperatures cool into 60s after sunset.
TONIGHT: Expect starlit conditions through the overnight. Temperatures will dip into the mid-50s by daybreak Sunday.
SUNDAY & NEXT WEEK: The unseasonal cool air will be short-lived. Sunday afternoon will include more sunnier skies with seasonal high of 80. Rain chances will tough to come by through next week. The dry stretch of weather will also include summer-like heat. Upper-80 and low-90s will be possible by Wednesday afternoon.