...from yesterday. Not much change in the forecast. Some clouds, a few breaks, and the chance of showers today for the South Coast with seasonal temps. Tomorrow we are still on track for a frontal system to push in with up to 20mm of rain and windy conditions. Friday will be a transition day in the weather pattern. The pesky upper low that has been the cause of our moist southwesterly flow for the past while will weaken and push inland while another upper low drops down South from the Gulf of Alaska but will stay over the pacific. In turn - this will cause a default ridge to build over our region and help dry the region the first half of the long weekend (YAY!).