Sunday: Sunny start then clouds increase during the afternoon. High: 59-64. East-southeast wind between 5-10 mph.
Sunday Night: Increasing clouds with rain developing late. Low: 40-44. Southeast wind between 6-12 mph.
Monday: Mostly cloudy with periods of rain. High: 55-60. Breezy. Southeast wind between 10-20 mph.
Forecast By: Meteorologist Nick Merianos
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A gorgeous end to the weekend in store with abundant sunshine before clouds increase Sunday evening; highs in the low 60s. The potential for brush fires will be elevated all day Sunday. A very slow moving storm system to our north will provide us with lots of clouds and showers from Monday through the remainder of the week. Temperatures will start off mild, upper 50s early week before finishing in the upper 40s late week.
Temperatures will rise into the low 60s for most Sunday afternoon under abundant sunshine. Although this weather is fantastic, the fire danger remains elevated. Any ignition to grassy/ brushy areas can quickly escalade into a brush fire, and this will be the case until Sunday night when more rain arrives.
A storm system to our north and west will be responsible for the increasing cloud cover Sunday afternoon/ evening. The chance of rain will increase significantly Sunday night and continue into Monday.
Monday will be a rainy and breezy day with temperatures in the upper 50s. This storm system will move ever so slowly to our north and east, so slow that it will take a week to do so. What does this mean for us? Think gray, wet and cool. Each day this week will be spent under mostly cloudy skies with a chance of showers (30-50% each day). Temperatures will start off pleasant, upper 50s, and then decrease to the upper 40s by the end of the week.
The bottom line is this: Sunday is the pick of the week, Monday is the wettest and Friday is the coldest.