Looks dry now to Thursday with highs in the 80s to 90 with lows in the 60s.
Patchy fog will occur each night with partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies during the days.
Pollen will be high to very high daily & there will be muggy periods at times.
It should turn windy by Saturday & after a few isolated storms with heat & humidity Friday, some scattered storms (with the heat & humidity) are likely Saturday.
Widespread rainfall & a few storms are likely Sunday with highs in the 70s to lower 80s.
It will be a stair-step downward into Fall.
First step is Monday with partly cloudy skies & 70s after 50s to 60 in the morning.
Rounds of rainfall will pass Tuesday with second step with highs in the 70s.
Highs Wednesday will only run in the upper 60s to 70s with lows in the 40s.
A couple of cold front next Wednesday & Saturday, September 28 will continue to enforce the chilly air. Either front may have a couple/few isolated showers. Otherwise, they look dry, but they will usher in a real Fall chill with multiple waves!
September 29-October 2 mornings look cold with 35-41 (with some patchy frost) with highs in the 60s to 70.
Below normal temperatures late September to early October overall:
Overall above normal temperatures should return as we get around mid-October.
Looks like overall drier pattern in early to mid October unless we see a hurricane make landfall on the Gulf Coast or over Baja California.
As a testament to the warmth surging in mid-October. This is just a snap shot of morning lows around October 15 or 16. These are well-above normal.
This, after multiple 30s & 40s nights.
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