Last night’s showers panned out exactly as forecast with some strong storms entering western areas before fizzling as they moved east. The cold front that caused those storms is now just moving offshore and WNW winds will be bringing in cooler and drier air. Those WNW winds could be fairly strong at times with gusts near 30mph expected. The WNW flow will set up the classic upslope/downslope pattern with cloudier skies and the chance for a sprinkle in the mountains and sunny, dry conditions south of the mountains. The breezy offshore winds will dash any hopes of a sea breeze and thus the coast is likely to be the warmest spot today with highs in the upper 70’s to low 80’s. Everyone else will range through the 70’s with some upper 60’s possible under the clouds in the north.