Today's weather forecast is fairly simple. A weak high pressure system overhead means a sunny day. The sun will heat the land up but ocean is still cold. That combination means a sea breeze front is likely develop this afternoon, holding temperatures near the shore to the 60s, while it warms to 70 further inland.

Tomorrow's forecast is much fuzzier. A warm front will approach from the west tomorrow. It looks like the front will gunk up the works more than anything else, leading to a chance of showers in the afternoon, and a better chance of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow night. Look for a high in the upper 60s.

A mixed bag is expected for Friday through the weekend. A cold front is expected pass through town early Friday morning. The Weather Service seems to think the front will be an uncertain, craptacular mess. Instead of bringing cooler, drier air the front will probably warm us to the lower 70s and kick off clouds, showers and maybe a thunderstorm. The uncertainty is evident in their wildly different weekend forecasts. We're punting so good luck sorting that out on your own.