Yesterday's forecast remains on track as moderate ridging starts off the weekend followed by the passage of a trough on Sunday. Today and Saturday will see slightly above average highs. The main effects we will see on Sunday will be an uptick in clouds, increased breeziness and a cool-down. Daily high temperatures will dip into the low to mid ‘60s. After this system passes, ridging will bring a slight warm up followed by another trough which is expected around Wednesday-Thursday time frame.
Today, expect mostly clear conditions with plenty of sunshine. High temperatures will top out in the 67°F-70°F range around the Valley. Variable winds will generally remain below 5 mph. Overnight lows will be in the mid-‘40s for the lower deserts/rural areas and low-‘50s for Urban locales. Variable winds remain below 10 mph with no gusts of consequence.
For tomorrow expect an increase in cirrus clouds and above-average conditions with afternoon highs in the 69°F-72°F range throughout the County. Variable winds will increase ahead of the pacific trough with winds up to 20 mph. Overnight lows in the mid to upper ‘40s County-wide. For Sunday a cooldown with highs in the 63°F-66°F range throughout the County. Looking forward to the first part of next week calm and cool conditions will prevail. Look for more details on the next system in Monday’s weather outlook.