Your Labor Day will be a warm and sunny one with highs reaching the upper-90s and close to 100 degrees in some locations. Fire danger will also be high today.
Tomorrow is looking very similar as today, with sunny skies and hot emperatures due to a high pressure system from the Four Corners region keeping us dry and hot. As we go into Wednesday, temperatures will take a downward trend due to a trough of low pressure from the West moving into the area. This 'disturbance' will also bring some cloud cover in the Valley and a chance for mountain thunderstorms as well. The same pattern follows ojn Thursday but the system is out of our area on Friday. We can expect slightly warmer temperatures on Friday, however the warm-up is brief. Another disturbance moves in from the West on Saturday and this one looks to be even stronger than the last one. This will not only mean a return to clouds but also a much more significant cool down. Highs in the Valley might avoid the 90s altogether, with the hottest temperatures in the mid-to-upper 80s.