The forecast leading up to Halloween is far from scary as dry and sunny tranquil weather is expected to continue through the weekend, the National Weather Service said.
The marine layer will be deep enough to support some low clouds into the western valleys again Friday night, which may lead to some patchy dense fog by the early morning hours.
High temperatures on Saturday are predicted to be in the lowers 70s along the coast, mid 70s in the western valleys, upper 60s in the mountains and lower 70s in the deserts, according to the weather agency.
Light offshore flow will persist through the weekend, especially on Sunday as a kink in the jet provides sufficient northerly flow aloft.
Sunday and Monday will see the warmest temperatures of the next seven days as this kink in the jet provides sufficient northerly flow aloft.
Next week looks to be quite different as a trough from the north will make its way to SoCal.
By Tuesday night, the possibility of showers and high-elevation snow will hit the region and continue through at least Thursday, accompanied by gusty onshore winds and chilly temperatures.
After the storm moves out, subtle warming and drier weather will likely come back to the region, forecasters said.