Summer temperatures continue for a few more days, but a cool down looks likely as we head into the end of the week.
Mostly clear skies and patchy fog will continue with lows dropping down into the low-mid 60s. I would allow for a few extra minutes for the morning commute Wednesday.
Wednesday and Thursday
The final day of the heat arrives Wednesday with highs in the mid-80s. Mostly sunny skies will dominate the mountains before a few clouds arrive Wednesday night. A moisture-starved cold front will work into the region Wednesday night and through Thursday morning. A stray shower will be possible but most locations will remain dry with lows into the lower 60s.
Thursday will feature mostly sunny skies by the afternoon and average temperatures. Highs will reach the mid-70s with pleasant conditions for all in the mountains. The cold front passing through will allow for north/northwesterly winds to work into the region.
Friday will be cooler as a secondary cold front moves through with an associated high pressure system. That high pressure system will move across the north, in return, this will allow cool northeasterly winds to work into the mountains. High temperatures will drop into the lower 70s for Friday.
High pressure will allow for cool northeasterly winds Saturday as highs only reach the upper 60s. Dry and cool conditions will continue providing for pleasant conditions. If you are unable to get out Saturday, highs look perfect for Sunday as well. Highs will reach the mid-70s with mostly sunny skies.
Sky Alert Chief Meteorologist