We will be in the low 80s and could see scattered showers Monday afternoon. Those thundershowers are associated with a cold front that will definitely cool things down for Monday and Tuesday.
We will get enough sunshine through the first half of Sunday that our temperatures will climb into the upper 70s.
Clearly, with more showers in the forecast, those numbers will go up a bit. Right now western parts of the state are under a marginal risk of seeing isolated storms become severe.
We'll start off the day dry, with clouds increasing by late morning. We are going to see a near repeat performance of this weather for your Monday. With an area of low pressure sitting offshore and a northeast breeze, that'll keep the clouds around tomorrow along with a chance of spotty showers.
Tonight we'll see scattered showers and isolated t-storms as a disturbance moves through. Highs on Friday and Saturday will only be in the 50s, and rain showers are possible both days. That chance is a little better than what we had this weekend. Be prepared for a cool Tuesday morning with lows in the mid to upper 40s! Once again, highs will only be in the mid-60s.
As you would expect for this time of year, the week ahead involves a pretty active pattern with multiple chances for rain and changes in our temperatures.
Today sunny skies with highs in the mid 80s.