Orange County takes a turn toward the cool side Wednesday, with highs in the 70s and possible drizzle overnight.

But by the weekend, inland highs will once again reach for the 90s, the National Weather Service says.

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For the moment, low-pressure air is moving inland to our north, and expanding south.

That means partly cloudy skies Wednesday after patchy fog in the morning and highs of about 77 inland, 71 on the coast.

Clouds move in overnight and could bring some patchy drizzle through Thursday morning; Thursday will be otherwise cloudy, then partly cloudy, with highs of 75 inland and 69 on the coast.

A drier, warmer pattern will kick in Friday as high pressure takes over.

Friday should be mostly sunny with highs of 82 to 87 inland, 74 to 79 on the coast.

Then Saturday will be sunny, Sunday mostly sunny, as we crank up the temperatures. Inland highs should be 88 to 93 Saturday, 86 to 91 Sunday, the beaches 77 to 82 Saturday and about 80 Sunday.

Monday and Tuesday will be mostly sunny and should stay warm, though we shave a few degrees off the highs: 84 to 89 inland on Monday, 82 to 87 Tuesday, and 77 on the coast Monday, 75 Tuesday.

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