As a cold front continues to move offshore, some morning clouds will linger until the afternoon causing temperatures to struggle to reach the upper 60s.
ABC11 Meteorologist Don "Big Weather" Schwenneker says an isolated shower in some areas is not out of the question ahead of the high pressure building behind the front, which will lead to a chilly night.
"Temperatures will be dropping into the lower 40s with some 30s in outlying areas," he said.
Although it will start out chilly, Schwenneker says Friday will be a nice day with plenty of sunshine and a comfortable afternoon with temperatures pushing closer to 70 degrees and humidity remaining very low ahead of the weekend.
Clouds will start to fill the sky Saturday, especially by day's end as high pressure moves off shore in favor of a storm system moving eastward.
"This will in turn lead to mainly cloudy skies Saturday night and Sunday with a few showers possible," Schwenneker said. "Moist conditions could persist into early next week."