Hazy sunshine continues as smoke from area wildfires continue to mix into the sky. This smoke is preventing our daytime highs from getting too warm as the sun simply isn’t allowed to be its strongest. That being said, we completed yet another day with highs above 80 degrees heading toward tying a record of consecutive days above 80 by Thursday.

Tomorrow will be a bit warmer as the weak marine layer will be cut off. This will allow temps into the middle to upper 80s for most spots. By Thursday, our winds will shift from north to south and this will usher in instability and ultimately chances for rain.

Friday starts off Sunny, but will see increasing clouds. Saturday and Sunday look to be mainly overcast with slight chances for scattered showers. By Monday, we see about a 40% of scattered showers for the first time since last month!