by Dave Hovde, KSBY Meteorologist
High pressure is anchored east of us over the course of the weekend and that will continue to produce warm temperatures in the interior, closer to the coast temps are only slightly warmer than the average. Monsoonal moisture tries to creep back in east of us through Saturday. Night and morning low clouds will be a part of the beaches and coastal forecast offering some free air conditioning. More monsoon mugginess arrives mid-week though by then inland temps will have backed off. The weekend looks hot inland around 100, lowering into the low to mid 90s early next week. The beaches near 70 over the weekend and coastal valleys in the upper 70s to low to mid 80s with night and morning marine clouds clearing and an afternoon onshore breeze.