High pressure and dry air are still within our area, which will keep highs in the 60’s for the rest of the week.
Today will be another plesant day across the borderland. Wind speeds will increase slightly today coming from the West at 10-15 mph. Cloud coverage also coming in from the West will also continue to come into our area today as well.
Above average temperatures are expected to stay in the forecast until Saturday as our next storm system moves in on Friday.
That storm system will increase rain chances to 10% on Friday morning, but will also bring a Pacific front with it that will increase wind speeds. Winds will come from the West at 20-30 mph, and gusts will be at 45+ mph.
That same front will bring cooler air with it that will drop temperatures from the 60s into the mid 50s by Saturday.
Another brief warming and drying trend will start up once again on Saturday, bringing temperatures right back to the 60s by next Monday.