For the 9th day in a row valley highs will warm to near 80 degrees, under mostly sunny skies. We're just expecting a few passing clouds for tonight's total lunar eclipse.
High pressure still remains in control today but south winds, ahead of today's week cold front may slow down parts of the valley from reaching 80 this afternoon.
This same weak cold front will toss passing clouds our way this afternoon and evening but enough clearing in between to see tonight's eclipse.
Though the ridge of high pressure will weaken and restrengthen throughout the week, highs will still hover near 80 the next 7 days.
Another weak "inside slider" similar to Sunday's, will clip the Northstate Tuesday evening. This will help to once again to bump up the north winds and drop the relative humidity values in the valley floor.