It’s getting tough to find ways to say the same thing every week, but we’ll try. Most of the upcoming week will be dry, but unlike much of the past few months, temperatures will start to turn cooler. Of course, this is expected, since we’re into the middle of September already and it couldn’t stay hot forever.
The week will start off on a cool note, as high pressure builds in, but as it moves offshore, we’ll warm up for Tuesday and Wednesday. Humidity will make a comeback on Wednesday as well, but a cold front will start to approach from the west. That front may give us a few showers late Wednesday and Wednesday night, but a drought-busting rainfall is not expected. After that, high pressure comes back for the end of the week, and this time, it’ll turn even cooler. How cool? Throw a blanket on the bed, because a lot of us could wake up to lows in the 40s Friday morning.Temperatures warm up again next weekend, but another cold front will start to approach, and it could bring in some showers late Sunday.
Just remember, a couple of days of cool weather is expected at this time of year. Things could be a lot worse. Out in the Northern Rockies, over the next few days, some places, mainly above 5000 feet elevation could pick up a foot or more of snow. Yeah, you read that right.
No snow here for quite some time, but here are the details for the next week:
Monday: Harris K. Telemacher said it best in “L.A. Story” – Sun! Sun! Sun! High 71-78.
Monday night: Clear skies. Low 52-59.
Tuesday: Sunshine and a few clouds. High 77-84.
Tuesday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 59-66.
Wednesday: Morning sunshine, then increasing clouds. A few showers are possible late in the day. Humid. High 81-88.
Thursday: Becoming mostly sunny. High 67-74.
Friday: Plenty of sunshine. High 70-77.
Saturday: A mix of sun and clouds.High 73-80.
Sunday: Becoming cloudy and breezy, showers are possible in the afternoon. High 74-81.