Thursday will start off very cold with temperatures in the lower 30s for inland areas and upper 30s along the coast.
Sunny skies will help to warm our temperatures into the lower 60s by late afternoon but with a northerly breeze at 10-15 mph it will feel cool throughout the day.
Thursday night will be another very cold night with lows once again in the 30s under clear skies and a calming breeze.
High pressure will begin to slide off of the coast Friday which will gradually shift our winds to a more southerly direction.
As our winds adjust expect a slow warming trend with highs Friday in the upper 60s to middle 70s by Saturday afternoon.
Sunday through the middle part of next week will be very warm with temperatures a solid 10° above average as afternoon highs push into the 80s.
Over the next week expect lots of sunshine as no significant rain is expected until next Wednesday or Thursday.