Mainly dry conditions will continue overnight into early Monday. A stray shower is possible but most areas stay dry. Temperatures will bottom out in the low 70s.
Precipitation chances will only be between 10-20%.
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Monday morning will be dry and bright. Skies will feature sunshine however a spot shower is possible. Temperatures will rise quickly into the mid-80s by lunchtime.
Monday is looking like a mostly sunny day with hot temperatures (for inland areas) and low to mid-80s for coastal sections. There is a risk for a stray shower or storm as a cold front will be nearby, however most areas don’t see any rain.
Here’s a snapshot of 9AM on Monday, this is just one of our computer models but it likes the idea of a stray shower or storm during the morning.
Monday will be hot and humid with highs around 90…even toward the coast. It looks like a great beach day!
**** We could see some of the smoke from western wildfires impact our weather once again for Monday and Tuesday. We’ll be watching for poor air quality as a combination of heat, humidity, and potentially smoke reach the surface. ****
A spot shower possible in the afternoon as well, but lots of sunshine can still be expected. Highs will be in the upper 80s to near 90 inland and low to mid-80s for coast.
Tomorrow evening/night looks GREAT for any outdoor plans! Whether it’s dinner outside, a trip to the beach, or a walk along the water. Take advantage of a nice summer night.
-Meteorologist Steven Matregrano