A few scattered showers & t'showers are possible today through this evening with partly to mostly cloudy skies & highs 78-86 (as cold front passes & wind goes light from west & southwest to rather breezy from the north).
Lows of 57-64 are likely tonight.
Highs Tuesday should reach 76-81, followed by 50-55 Tuesday night & 79-86 Wednesday.
It will heat up more with time by end of the week & next weekend.
Models suggest some tropical system in the Gulf of Mexico with a landfall next week, but no effect here. We will monitor closely, however. Some data even suggest a second tropical system in the Gulf. First one could come from the Yucatan area & second, from the Atlantic & Caribbean.
For us, a few storms Saturday & Sunday may give way to more widespread storms Sunday late with MARGINAL RISK parameters.
Highs will run 88-92 with much higher humidity by the weekend.
This week features overall below normal temperatures while extreme heat wave continues in the West:
Latter August to early September looks hotter than normal:
Mid-September features taste of fall with below normal temperatures while extremely dangerous wildfire conditions occur in parts of the Sierra Nevada to southern California.:
Late September looks a bit warmer than normal:
Overall trend is below normal rainfall, but a landfalling tropical system or two moving up into our area could change that pretty rapidly.