The next couple of days will feature gradually warmer temperatures and gradually less of a northeast wind but there should not be much change. Overnight the northeast breeze might bring in a stray low level cloud deck at times that could bring a slight chance for a sprinkle. During the day tomorrow any stray clouds that are around early will burn off and leave lots of sunshine with temperatures slightly warmer than today, or mid 80s for most spots with upper 80s inland.
By the weekend the chances for rain go up a bit but are still only going to be around 20%. Early next week we should see some scattered showers or storms.
Meanwhile, Cristobal will pass many hundreds of miles east of our coast the next couple of days and bring some angry ocean conditions but no other effects.