High temperatures today are a few degrees from what they were yesterday, topping off in the mid-to-upper 90s. However, a strong distubance from Canada sweeps down, bringing highs in the 70s for Friday and some clouds as well.
Temperatures stay cool on Friday with the chance for a stary shower in the Valley overnight and evejmn some snow in the mountains. The system strengthens on Saturday bringing more clouds and dropping highs into the low-70s. The system lingers on Sunday, dropping highs near or possibly even below 70 with the chance for showers and even snow in the mountains. By Monday the rain chances expand a bit, with more rain and snow in the mountains and the chance for a stary shower or two making it in the Valley can not be ruled out either.
The clouds look to clear out with very subtle warming on Tuesday and Wednesday, but still staying in the 70s. By Thursday, another disturbance moves in from the Gulf of Alaska, bringing another drop of temperatures.