September is off to a hot start this year. We expect this to be one of the hottest weeks of the summer season as highs should climb into or near 90 every day. We do expect some relief by late this coming weekend.
Other than air mass thunderstorms in the late afternoon or early evening, this appears to be a quiet week with little change from day to day. Partly cloudy most of the time with some patchy fog early in the mornings. Thunderstorms will be most likely in the mountains where they will be scattered each afternoon. Just a few isolated showers and thunderstorms may form east of the mountains and the activity in the mountains will mostly fall apart before getting too far east. Temperatures will go from the lower 90s early in the week to the upper 80s to near 90 late in the week into Saturday.
Early Saturday morning a signifant cold front will slide through the area. This will bring a chance for showers and then a noticeable cool down. Highs will fall back to the low to mid 80s and then may not crack 80 on Monday. Monday should be a pretty nice day with skies becoming partly sunny and lower humdity.