Tonight: Clear Skies – 9PM 72°
Fantastic night to follow the fantastic day.
Tuesday: More Sunshine + Humidity = Muggy – Wake Up 56° High 86°
*Update: Air quality is not going to be good tomorrow. We have been placed under an air quality alert stating:
“A code orange air quality alert for ozone has been issued. Ground level ozone concentrations within the region may approach or exceed unhealthy standards. The general public is not likely to be affected. Active children and adults, and people with respiratory disease such as asthma, should limit prolonged outdoor exertion.”
This will last from midnight tonight till midnight Tuesday night*
Tomorrow will be today’s weather, but taken to the next level. Similar weather in respects to we will have lots of sunshine again, but add in more humidity and we will get that muggy, hot summer feeling for tomorrow.
Wednesday: Hot, Scattered Showers in Afternoon Possible – Wake Up 64° High 88°
All that sunshine could only last so long. Chances of rain will return on Wednesday and continue throughout the rest of the week. Lots of heat and moisture will be sitting in our atmosphere and will be perfect grounds for scattered showers with the possibility of non-severe thunderstorms in the mix. Best chances of showers is in the afternoon and PM.
Where will these showers occur you may ask, well
There is no clear “where” with showers and thunderstorms like these. It’ll be very random. Showers will be scattered if we even get them at all.
Extended Outlook: Muggy, Pop-Up Showers/T-Storms
Summer-like weather patterns bring in those chances of rain primarily in the afternoon and evening time frames.
Allergy Report: More Sniffles Than Recent Times
Pollen levels are expected to rise again with the absence of any rain to help clear the air until mid-week. Keep the tissues handy.
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