As high pressure remains in our area today high temperatures will be in the 60’s. But that will change as low pressure and a Pacific storm system moves in tonight.
You can expect an above average day in the forecast with a high of 62°. However we will see partly cloudy skies throughout the day, as our next storm system moves in.
Rain chances will increase tomorrow as that storm system moves in overnight. A backdoor cold front will also come in from the East, dropping temperatures to normal ranges Wednesday.
Light rain and spotty showers are expected on Wednesday starting at noon, and increasing around 6 p.m. This system will keep rain chances in the forecast throughout Thursday as well.
A second system will come in Thursday night into Friday morning. This will also bring light rain into Friday afternoon.
We take a slight break from rain chances on Saturday, but it won’t be long-lived as another system will come into the borderland on Sunday night.
This system will keep a 20% chance of rain in the forecast until mid next week.