A ridge of high pressure is still in place today which means highs near 80 in the Valley and the dry weather continues.
Highs continue to stay warm through Monday with sunny to mostly sunny skies. On Tuesday a weak system to the North moves in which does not provide rain but does cause mostly cloudy skies in the mountains and in the Valley. This also causes daytime highs to stay in the mid 70s. We still have some clouds in the area sticking around on Wednesday and Thiursday with temperatures remaining in the mid-70s.
By Friday lows drop into the low-70s, mostly cloudy skies are back in the forecast and even the chance for a stray shower or two making it into the Valley. This is all due to a system moving into the area from the southwest. Humidities will be elevated as well. The chance for rain is slim-to-none and very low confidence at the moment. However, this system is strong enough to kick the high pressure, which has been dominating for weeks, out of the area. Which means this system may not get us wet, but it can open the door for more fall-like weather systems to move into the area.
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Dry & warmer end to your work week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Cooler by the week's end
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Triple-digits by the week's end
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Cooling off next week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Extreme heat next week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Fantastic weather this week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Fire dangeer next week
- Sunday's Storm Tracker weather forecast
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Hot & smoky
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Slightly cooler end to July