A weakening front will move inland during the day tomorrow but I don't expect much out of it. The best chance of getting wet will be west of the Coast Range. Inland we could see some sprinkles in the afternoon and evening. Most of the rain will move inland north or south of us.
Over the weekend high pressure will build inland and dry us out. As the clouds clear we can expect cold nights and plenty of valley fog Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.The fog should burn off in most areas by midday. The coast should have the most afternoon sun through New Year's Day.
Friday: Mostly cloudy with showers along the coast, 41 / 46, a few sprinkles inland 40/45.
Saturday: Morning low clouds with afternoon clearing, 40 / 45.
Sunday: Valley fog with afternoon clearing, 43 / 47.