Weak steering flow from the NNW continues today. The atmosphere over the eastern half of the County remains with the western half beginning to dry out. Therefore storms will be more likely in the east and northern zones. Winds will be calm except near storms. Temperatures will also be similar to yesterday, with 95-97 in the northern zones and 103-105 in the south. Overnight lows will drop to near 80 in the north and the mid-80s on the outskirts of the urban core. Saturday will see continued drying from the west with only slight chances for storms, mainly in the north and northeast. High temps will approach 100 in the northern zones and 105-107 on the lower deserts. Sunday slight chances for evening storms will again be relegated to the north and east, and temperatures will be a couple of degrees cooler.