Air Quality Alert Till Midnight, High Pressure in Control

Current Radar

Air Quality Alert Currently in Place


Tonight: Patchy Smoke, Mostly Cloudy – 9 PM 52°

For those wanting to see the supermoon tonight, there is some hope that you still may be able to. Winds through the day will try to push all of the haze out of our area. The bad news is that clouds are expected to build in. Depending how quickly the clouds move in, there may be a little period of time to get a good glimpse of the moon.

Tuesday: Some Clouds, Some Sun – Wake Up 43° High 68° 

Tomorrow will be a repeat of Monday, but with hopefully less hazy skies. High pressure will remain in control through most of the day.


We will even have the same high temperature as Monday!

Rest of the Week: More Sunny Skies, Temps Warming


High pressure remains in control to finish the work week. Temperatures may even begin to creep back up to above average high temperatures.

The good news is that we may finally get some measurable rainfall into the weekend. Forecasting this far out is still a bit of a gamble, but models continue to show showers on Saturday morning.

Allergy Report: 5-Day Forecast

Allergens look to try to come back to end the week. May need to keep the Kleenex handy.


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