More gorgeous weather on the way, high pressure will keep temps warm and skies clear.
High pressure is building in from the Pacific Ocean over the next several days. This will act to keep the temperatures in the mid 60s range through mid week. The biggest bump in the road is a slight covering of thin high level clouds which will filter out the sunshine. But if 60s is too cool for you, wait for Thursday and Friday. Then the temps will jump up into the upper 60s to low 70s and will round out the week in the mid 70s for Friday.
Our next chance for any rain whatsoever is Sunday, but that chance is rapidly diminishing as the latest models push the system farther north. Unfortunately we won’t get any of the rain we desperately need, but at least it will be beautiful out.
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