Still looking at some cool and breezy weather out there today as a weak offshore flow persists. Expect sunny skies for the remainder of the afternoon with highs in the lower 40's, northeast winds 5-15mph with gusts near 20mph possible. Continued clear tonight with light winds as lows cool to the teens. Weak high pressure will build back into the area tomorrow and strengthen through the weekend. This will lead to a very gradual warm-up as daytime highs climb back up around 50 degrees by Friday and Saturday, while overnight lows remain in the 20's. A weak trough will brush the area Thursday into Friday and could draw some upper-level moisture across the region, but no precipitation is expected. We will transition back to an onshore flow over the weekend as another trough deepens off the west coast. This system is currently forecast to swing inland to our north, unfortunately, keeping all the moisture to our north as well. We will experience cooler temperatures by Monday with gusty west winds returning as our forecast remains dry through next week. At this time, forecast models are showing another pattern change developing across the west towards the middle of the month that could bring more unsettled weather into the picture, stay tuned. If you have travel plans into the mountains, always be prepared for hazardous travel and icy roads with rapidly changing weather conditions, and always carry chains!