Heights aloft remain elevated this morning as the pesky ridge will hang on a little longer before finally moving east this weekend. Temperatures will remain in the mid-‘80s along with overcast skies from moisture being spun up from the southwest. The breakdown of the ridge will open the door for a wetter pattern starting midweek next week.
For today, expect mostly clear with some passing clouds throughout the county. High temperatures will top out in the 81°F-84°F range around the Valley. Variable winds will remain below 10 mph with no significant gusts. Overnight expect an increase in clouds as lows dip into the low to mid-‘50s for most locales and an increase in winds approaching 30+ mph in the early morning hours for higher terrain areas east of the Valley.
For tomorrow expect overcast skies to accompany afternoon highs in the 82°F-85°F range around the Valley. Variable winds 10 - 20 mph. Evening lows will get down into the mid-‘50s. For Saturday expect afternoon highs in the 82°F-84°F range around the urban corridor. Expect temperatures to remain in the 80’s to start off next week with a change in store mid-week. More details on the extended outlook to follow. Stay Tuned!