After seeing highs around 110 in the northern valley yesterday, clouds and southerly winds will keep the Northstate cooler today.
Areas like Hayfork and Weaverville which will have less impact from delta influence and less cloud cover expect hot temperatures again this afternoon.
We will have mid level moisture and instability the next few days, increasing into Wednesday and Thursday. However, we will lack a trigger lifting agent to get these storms going. Thunderstorms intiation in the mountains will have to rely on topgraphy enhancment, which is always guarenteed.
West and southwesterly winds aloft should begin to push monsoon moisture back east, east of the Crest late Thursday night, Friday morning. This should put an end to thunderstorm chances. Some model are evening forecasting a trough from out of the northwest next week, which could bring a fairly substantial cool down, though run to run model confidence is poor.