Enjoyed a relatively nice day out there today with light offshore winds and near-normal temperatures. As typical, the Santa Ana winds were stronger below passes and canyons. The offshore flow will take on more of an easterly component Sunday as high pressure sinks south, this will cut off cold air advection allowing temperatures to increase and winds to decrease. Highs will climb back into the 50's Sunday with occasional high clouds as overnight lows drop into the upper teens and 20's. The onshore flow will return early next week for above-normal temperatures, a few high clouds at times, and breezy afternoons. Another offshore flow will develop later in the week as our forecast remains dry for now. Long range continues to signal a pattern change further out which could lead to some wet weather sometime next week.