After a gorgeous summer weekend, an area of low pressure off the west coast will lead to cooler, fall-like weather this week, with even the possibility of an isolated shower or thunderstorm early this week. Low pressure will move inland to our north through Tuesday, but also drawing subtropical moisture into southern California keeping us under variable cloudiness through Monday. Enough elevated instability could even trigger a few sprinkles or isolated thunderstorm with a high near 70, southwest winds 10-20mph at times, winds may also be gusty around any thunderstorms that develop. Expect clearing skies Monday night with light winds and a low near 42. The remainder of our week looks fair with slightly below normal temperatures as daytime highs generally remain in the upper 60's, while overnight lows drop into the 30's and 40's. Temperatures will warm slightly by the weekend under weak ridging as our forecast long term remains dry!
Today High: 61.3ºF @ 2:01 AM ∙Low: 59.1ºF @ 12:00 AM Max Wind Gust: 11.5 mph @ 12:28 AM Rain: 0.00" ∙ Snow: 0.00" Sunrise: 6:27 am ∙ Sunset: 6:50 pm Current Air Quality:Good
Current Fire Threat: Very High
Yesterday High: 75.4ºF @ 1:32 PM ∙Low: 40.7ºF@ 5:00 AM Max Wind Gust: 19.6 mph W @ 1:54 PM
Rain:0.00 " ∙ Snow: 0" Month High: 84.1ºF 9/1∙Low: 33.8ºF9/9 Max Wind Gust: 26.5 mph Rain: 1.04" ∙Snow: 0"
Season High: 85.6 °F on 7/29/2019 ∙Low: -8.1 °F on 2/23/2019 Max Wind Gust: 61.0 mph on 2/14/2019 Rain: 21.39" ∙Snow: 0" (Seasonal Average: 62")