Clouds will continue to overspread the area, keeping temperatures nearer to normal.

Highs will peak in the mid to upper 50s in the valley with a few areas peaking in the low 60s.  The highs will be kept cooler by the clouds because the clouds will reflect back most of the sunlight, allowing temperatures to remain cooler through the day.  These clouds will be fairly high level though, expect the lowest clouds to be around 9-10,000 feet.  That means there won’t be any chance for any rain despite the rather dreary sky conditions.

Tuesday clears back out and is looking like the pick of the week.  Temperatures will climb into the low 60s on Tuesday with mostly clear skies before another weak system moves in for Wednesday.  Wednesday into Thursday has the best chance for any rain to fall in the valley, but the models are continuing to dry this system out and I’m not expecting much more than 0.05” of rain from the weak system.  After that there’s a very low chance for some sprinkles on Saturday but the west coast ridge that’s kept us dry for so long will start to build in once again, bumping most of the moisture to the north once again.

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