TONIGHT: Mostly Clear, Pleasant. Lo 59. Winds: Light.
SATURDAY: Hazy Sun, Warmer. Hi 82. Winds: S 5-10 mph.
SUNDAY: Sunny & Warm! Hi 88. Winds: SW 5-10 mph.
This morning was our coolest of the summer with many backyards dropping into the upper 40s to near 50 degrees. It was a pleasant afternoon and tonight will be comfortable again with temperatures dropping into the 60s this evening. It won’t be quite as chilly tonight but still seasonable with overnight lows in the mid to upper 50s.
The weekend will be warmer. After 7 days straight of not reaching 80 degrees, we bounce back into the low 80s tomorrow and mid to upper 80s on Sunday! Both days will feature plenty of sunshine but you could notice the haze again Saturday afternoon as the wildfire smoke plume from California sticks around. The warm weather hangs around most of next week…with two fronts that we are watching. The first will cross Monday and bring a few showers by evening, but it won’t be anything widespread.
After a return to dry weather Tuesday and Wednesday, a stronger front will arrive next Thursday, bringing some more showers but a bigger change in air-mass toward the end of next week. This round of Canadian air could be even cooler than what we experienced this week…with 70s for highs and perhaps 40s again for lows as look ahead to next weekend. In the meantime, an extension of summer lasts us through most of next week.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo