THE REST OF THE WEEK…
For our hump day, we’ll see a mix of sun and clouds (at times, more clouds than sun). This is due to a northeasterly, onshore flow. Furthermore, that flow will translate to cooler weather, so we only expect high temperatures in the upper 70s and lower 80s.
Then, tomorrow will be equally as comfortable with temperatures again running a little below average for mid-July (normal high is 85). It will be a dry day under a partly to mostly sunny sky as high pressure will be in control.
Then, as we close out the week Friday, a storm system will bring a chance for a shower or storm (but it won’t be a washout).
For Saturday AND Sunday, we anticipate an influx of heat and humidity. Both weekend days still appear dry and bright, but also hot! Morning lows will be near 70, with highs inland near 90 or greater. We'll have temps in the 80s at the coast. Dew point values could reach or exceed 70, making it feel even hotter and quite uncomfortable.
As of now, Monday could be quite hot --- more so than the weekend! There will also be a chance for isolated showers and thunderstorms. If we’re able to hit 90 Saturday, Sunday and then again Monday, we’ll have another heat wave (our 3rd of the year) on the books.
Tuesday could also be another 90° day, with an increasing chance for showers and storms.
Meteorologist Mark Dixon with Scot Haney
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