When will it rain? The simple answer is not anytime soon. Little to no significant rain is expected for a while.
The week starts off with high pressure building into the region today. We’ll have a relative warm day, but northwest winds will start to usher cooler air into the region by late afternoon and evening. With the high moving across the region for Monday night and Tuesday, temperatures should be much cooler. The high then slides offshore, so we’ll start to warm back up again for Wednesday and Thursday.
A cold front will approach the region late Thursday into Friday, producing a few showers. The wild card with this front is the remnants of Sally. If they get pulled far enough north, they could enhance the rainfall with the cold front, especially along the South Coast. However, the models don’t agree on how far north they will get. Given how the spring and summer have gone, we’re going to lean on the dry side again. High pressure then builds in for next weekend with cool and dry conditions.
Two things to also take note of for the next few days. With Hurricane Paulette in the Atlantic, we’ll have some rough conditions at the beaches, especially along the south coast, for a few days. High Surf Advisories are currently in effect through Tuesday evening. Also, with the fires out west, some of the smoke will make its way here, creating some hazy conditions at times, and some brilliant sunrises and sunsets.
Monday: Becoming mostly sunny and breezy. High 71-78.
Monday night: Clear and cool. Low 41-48, a little warmer in the urban areas.
Tuesday: Sunshine and a few clouds. High 62-69.
Tuesday night: Clear skies. Low 45-52.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, breezy, and milder. High 72-79.
Thursday: A mix of sun and clouds, chance for a few showers at night. High 75-82.
Friday: Chance for an early shower, then becoming partly to mostly sunny. High 62-69.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 59-66.
Sunday: Partly sunny. High 59-66.