High pressure will kick off a warming trend for today.
For today we will see temperatures jump back into the mid 80s. We will also start to see dry conditions that are expected to stick around for the next week.
An Ozone Action Day will also go into effect today at 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. This is a day to prevent putting out any ozone pollution. Here are some tips on how to do that:
- Limit your driving- share a ride, walk, ride a bike etc.
- Conserve energy
- Have your car checked for maintenance so it is not putting out any extra pollutants
- Do not burn trash or weeds outside
This same high pressure system will be responsible for warming temperatures to the 90s on Wednesday and Thursday as well.
Our next upper low pressure system and Pacific cold front will arrive on Thursday which will cool temperatures off Friday and Saturday. As of right now it looks we will be in the lower 80s by Saturday.
This upper low will also be responsible for our next wind event. It looks like we will be breezy Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
Friday looks to be the windiest day as peak winds will reach 28 mph, just below Wind Advisory criteria. However, conditions will be so dry that we could see a Red Flag Warning go into effect.
Our next upper low will come in on Sunday meaning we will see another drop in our temperatures by Monday. This also means that Monday will be another windy day that looks to meet Wind Advisory criteria.
Temperatures should be back in the 90s by Tuesday and Wednesday.