An upper level high pressure center, that is, high pressure that is lifted well above the surface of the earth, will bring us more fair conditions, but will also set us up for some thin clouds and foggy conditions. With an inversion developing, we will see cooler air trapped at the surface creating the potential for morning fog beginning as early as tomorrow. Look for partly cloudy skies today with highs in the mid 50's and SE winds at 5-10 mph.
Skies will be mostly clear tonight as lows drop back into the 30's and those gentle breezes turn NE by morning.
Apart from the potentially foggy mornings, we will see conditions staying pretty mild right through the end of the week. The next system will press in through the weekend and bring some showers to the High Desert beginning as early as late day Sunday. Those showers will stick around at least through Tuesday.