Heading into Monday night expect temperatures to stay very warm. Lows only dropping to near 70° for most of the Valley and in the mid 60s for the mountains. An isolated shower cannot be ruled out, but the majority of the area stays dry.
Remember to stay hydrated the next several days as it will not only be hot, but humid. Patchy fog could start Tuesday morning in some areas. Expect hazy sunshine Tuesday with more clouds building in for the afternoon. As a cold front slides closer to the area, expect a few chances for some showers and storms late in the afternoon, and into Tuesday evening. Again, it'll be hot with highs forecast near 90°.
Partly cloudy Wednesday and less humid behind the front. Highs a few degrees cooler, in the mid 80s.
Friday will be a few degrees warmer, with more sunshine.
Another cold front will bring a few isolated chances for rain Friday and Saturday. Although the front looks rather weak, it will send down much cooler air behind it.
Expect highs in the upper 70s by Sunday and the mid 70s for next Monday.
Yesterday's High: 90
Yesterday's Low: 72
Today's Normal High: 81
Today's Normal Low: 58
Record High Temp/Year: 101/1932
Record Low Temp/Year: 31/1890
Sunrise This Morning: 6:45 a.m.
Sunset Tonight: 7:45 p.m.
Yesterday's Precipitation: 0.01"
Month to Date Precipitation/Month's Average: 0.00"/3.54"
Year to Date Precipitation/YTD Average: 27.53"/28.50"
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