We have been reaping the benefits of an area of high pressure, keeping our skies clear. Temperatures have been a little warm though as a result. As we move into the beginning of the week, that area of high pressure begins to break down. While some of the latest computer model runs thing that the breakdown will be significant enough to see some showers Monday, I'm not convinced at the moment. If I continue to see that pattern this evening, I may adjust our rain chances to start off the week.
TONIGHT: Clear, low of 67°, ESE wind 10mph.
SUNDAY: Sunny, high of 91°, S wind 5-10.
As we approach the latter half of the week, I'm more confident on seeing the possibility of isolated showers and thunderstorms. I don't think we'll see enough showers to cancel 4th of July plans on Thursday, but an isolated storm can't be ruled out.