After lows this morning at 48-58 (most of the area 53-56), highs today ran 73-80.
Here is your latest 7-day forecast. Looks rather dry with lots of smokey skies the rest of the week through the weekend.
Thickest smoke should impact the area late week to early weekend as plume of the dense smoke proceeds the upper trough skimming by & the surface cold front pass through.
The main smoke plume should track more northwest & north of our area next week as we heat up. This will result in thinning of the smoke in our skies.
We have a shot at hitting 90 once again.
Next potential of much in the way of showers/storms would be September 24. After that, it would be perhaps around October 2 or 3. Neither look like long-lived or good widespread, soaking rainfall events at this time.
October & much of November are trending drier than normal & warmer than normal.
However, the winter looks like this (see below image) & this pattern will likely continue through March.
We look warmer & wetter than normal with below normal snowfall.