We’re seeing partly cloudy skies over the region but still some sunshine peeking through. Our satellite and radar imagery shows light and residual clouds over the high desert. Nothing is headed out way off the pacific for now. Winds are coming out of the north, only bringing dry and clear conditions.
Thursday’s temperatures were quite warm! Ranging in the upper 80s to upper 90s. Thursday night lows will be warm, as we have cloud coverage as a blanket overnight. Temperatures range about average in the mid-40s to low-60s.
Friday will be another warm day, but we will start to cool down a bit. Temperatures range in the mid-80s and the northern part of the region hits the 90s. Mostly sunny skies are in store for Friday with a few clouds passing over the area.
Our future track shows some more clouds entering the high desert on Friday night and lasting all day on Saturday. Saturday’s temperatures are a bit cooler — we’re seeing them dip all the way down into the 70s. However, we warm up as we head into next week.