Not much variability in the forecast.
Sunny skies and near steady temperatures through this week. Highs will peak in the low to mid 70s all week as high pressure keeps the weather pleasant but dry. The best we’ll see are a few high level clouds and maybe a little of wind coming on Friday but indications are that the winds won’t be that strong. I think the best we’ll get are a couple gusts to 15, maybe 20 mph throughout the day Friday. Our temperatures will remain steady through the weekend and even to begin the following week. Tuesday will bring the next chance for any rain as a weak (and increasingly weaker) looking system moves in off the ocean. Right now it looks like we’ll only get showers in the valley with some pockets of light rain in the mountains. The next better hint at rain is forecast for Wednesday into Thursday when a stronger system will move off the Pacific. We’ll keep tabs on that system as the week progresses.
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