Skies clear tomorrow and temperatures start to rise into next week.

Overnight Saturday there may be a few showers out there with the residual moisture from the system that moved in Saturday morning.  As we get into Sunday morning there is another chance for showers, but those will be relegated to the mountains north and west of the valley once again.  We won’t expect much more than a few hundredths of an inch of rain out of this final batch of moisture.

Sunday evening will see the biggest change in the weather as high pressure really starts to build in.  The skies will completely clear by Monday afternoon and the temperatures will start to rise back into the upper 60s and low 70s.  That high pressure area will stay in place through the end of the week allowing sunshine to dominate and drying out the valley once again.  We’ll enjoy temperatures in the low 70s from Tuesday through Thursday.  Temperatures cool a bit but still stay in the upper 60s on Friday as another front tries to roll in for Saturday.

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