Hurricane Kay is forecast to track up the northwest coast of Mexico today and Friday, and weaken to a tropical storm. By Saturday night, it will be off the coast of San Diego, and start to curve toward the west. While the remnants of Kay won't have a direct impact on Monterey, it will have the effect of spreading moisture into the area. Whether there will be enough moisture to produce some rain at the track is uncertain, but it is at least a possibility, so I've added a small chance of rain to Sunday's forecast. I am confident that moisture from Kay will increase cloud cover on Saturday and Sunday, which will make for pleasant temperatures with highs in the mid 70s.