Weather: Things are heating up

Adjust Comment Print

A cold front moves through on Sunday, triggering and isolated shower or rumble of thunder but most of the day looks dry and bright. The majority of us farther west can expect a mix of 80s and 90s. Our average high temperature for this time of the year is 88° - so that warmer weather is to be expected, over the first week of July.

Friday will be a gorgeous summer day to finish up June. The mountains will see highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. Overnight lows near 68-72 inland, to 72-74 along the beaches. Dew point temperatures will be in the 60s and lower 70s and that means it will be an uncomfortable day outdoors. Sunday will feature a little more sunshine, a lessening of the higher humidity and a smaller chance (30 percent) of an afternoon t-shower. Some of Saturday afternoon's storms may be on the strong side, so keep that in mind if making outdoor plans. Better chances will be early in the day. Heat indices will remain in the 90s for holiday weekend and by Monday they are forecasted to be back near 100°. That all changes Friday.

Wet weather will be on the increase over the coming days. Highs are upper 80s to lower 90s (mid-90s if rains totally falter).

Dozens of prospective jurors beg off 'Pharma Bro' case
Matsumoto and defense lawyers questioned potential jurors in a sidebar that included press access. Shkreli was arrested by agents of the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2015.

Monday: Mostly sunny, less humid, warm & pleasant. Readings reach 90 in many spots before the storms develop.

Today looks to be humid with a few showers and thunderstorms possible mainly in the afternoon but not almost the washout that we saw yesterday.

By the weekend, readings will jump. Highs will get much hotter in the upper 80s.