Today: Patchy fog early, then sun and some clouds; high in the mid 80s
Tonight: Mainly clear; lows in the mid 60s
Friday: Mostly sunny; highs in the mid to upper 80s
Saturday and Sunday: Mostly sunny; highs in the mid to upper 80s
Now our next chance for any rain will be a full week from away, next Wednesday. Between now and then will be a lot of sun and warmth. Records will not be broken, as they are all in the low to mid 90s for the next week, but afternoon highs will be about ten degrees above average over that stretch. In the short term, more patchy fog will likely cause some slow downs once again this morning. We’ll start in the upper 60s and see more sun than, allowing us to rise to the mid 80s in the afternoon.
The good news is we should dry out the lower level air, so any fog will not be as problematic Friday morning if we see any at all. In fact, humidity will lower a bit each day thanks to the sun drying the air. Hopefully that will also lower the mold count, which today was the second highest of the entire year. Mostly sunny skies will prevail Friday through next Tuesday. Our warmest days will be Friday and Saturday with highs in the mid to upper 80s. Mid 80s are expected Sunday through Tuesday. Finally a cold front approaches next Wednesday and could bring a few showers. We’ll still be above 80 that day as well. So when do we cool down? Next weekend and it could be a shock to the system!
Today's Record Temperatures