EVENING: Mainly clear and mild. Temps in the 50s.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear, patchy fog, low 43.

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and mild. High 68.

The first two days of November reached the low 70s which is more than 10 degrees warmer than average. This is a trend that will last through the rest of the week and potentially bring near record warm heading into the weekend.

A strong ridge of high pressure keeps us unseasonably warm and dry for the first two weeks of November. Highs will warm into the 70s this weekend and early next week. The record highs for for Saturday(79) and Sunday (77) are not expected to be broken, but we will be close. We do have a decent chance at reaching the record high of 75 next Monday.

Our only chance for showers will be Sunday from a weak front. Timing seems to be early Sunday, with most areas receiving less than a quarter inch.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder