We began our Tuesday with clouds and fog, along with a few showers. However, by midday, we started to see a little more sun along with a larger coverage of showers and storms. These storms may intensify and become more widespread late this afternoon into the evening. The severe threat is elevated through around midnight, with the main two threats being damaging wind and heavy rain. A few cells could have some hail in them too, and while the threat for a tornado is low, is not zero. Behind this front, our weather turns beautiful later this week.
Tonight: Evening showers and storms eventually taper off, fog may form…muggy with lows in the upper 60s.
Wednesday: Partly sunny with spotty showers, even a few storms possible, especially the farther east you go…highs in the low-to-mid 80s.
Thursday and Friday both look absolutely amazing. We will be cooler, less, humid, and with high pressure in control, we will see a lot of sunshine too. Temperatures on Thursday will only reach the upper 70s, but we’ll hit 80 on Friday. Overnight lows Wednesday night through Friday night will drop into the mid-to-upper 50s. A small and brief taste of fall is headed our way late this week into the early part of the weekend.
Saturday looks gorgeous as well. We will be mainly sunny and still comfortable with highs in the lower 80s. Things will change for us though heading into Sunday. Sunday will see more clouds, along with a better chance for pop-up PM t-showers, especially in the mountains. It will be warmer and more humid too with highs in the middle 80s. So, looking ahead to the weekend, Saturday looks nicer than Sunday for outdoor plans, but Sunday certainly does not look like a bad day to be outside.
We will climb into the upper 80s early next week, along with high humidity. Monday looks dry, while Tuesday may have a better chance for isolated t-showers. Both days will see a mix of sun and clouds, with more sun in the morning and more clouds later in the day.
NOTE: Hurricane Lane is continuing to churn in the Pacific Ocean and will approach the Hawaiian Islands late this week into the first part of the weekend, bringing lots of rain and wind. It could be a Category 2 or 3 hurricane when it gets close to Hawaii. This could be the first hurricane landfall since Iniki back in the early 1990’s.