San Jose was situated post frontally and surrounded by a host of wildfires on Thursday night, which suggested to some of us that the temperature on Friday would be held in check. It was not. Down sloping flow and clear skies allowed temperatures to climb to nearly 80 on Friday, and to reach that point on Saturday. Equally clear skies allowed temperatures to drop all the way to the mid-40s overnight. There were two schools of thought on this forecast, and the one espoused by Accuweather came to fruition. The others, a less dynamic solution brought forth by Victoria-Weather and the Weather Service was profoundly unsuccessful. Accuweather had the easy win.
Actuals: Friday : High 78, Low 45
Saturday – High 80, Low 48