After a few drier days, this weekend will mark a return to warm, muggy mornings.
"It'll be back to what we'd expect for a June morning," Bay News 9 Meteorologist Juli Marquez said.
Temperatures were at their coolest on Wednesday and Thursday, thanks to cloud cover that pushed the thermometer down to 86 or 87 degrees, Marquez said.
But they'll swing back up Friday, topping out at 90 degrees. Saturday and Sunday should reach 89 and 88 degrees, respectively. Marquez said that's pretty typical for June.
"It's not like we're going to be too hot or too cool for this time of year," Marquez said.
What's even more typical is that hit of steamy air you'll notice when you step out your door this weekend. The last few days were dry, but as moisture returns the weekend will feel noticeably muggy.
Thanks to a sea breeze, we'll likely see some afternoon showers and thunderstorms as well. Heavy rain is possible in inland areas, Marquez said.
Friday's rain chance is the weekend's lowest at 20 percent. Saturday will carry a 30 percent chance of rain, and Sunday's rain chance is 40 percent.