Megan's Forecast: Getting more humid with possible storms

Increasing chances for showers and thunderstorms

Humidity will be on the rise the next few days with more clouds and a slight chance for a few showers and thunderstorms, mainly near the mountains this afternoon.

The marine layer will hover over the coastline with low clouds gradually clearing to sunshine before monsoon clouds build this afternoon.

Monsoon flow will build through Thursday with our best chance for showers and thunderstorms this afternoon into tomorrow afternoon. While peak activity will be near the mountains, storm motion from the east to the west may bring a few storms into the valley and potentially all the way to the beaches. Stay with the Pinpoint Weather Team as we track these day-to-day changes.

Expect more clouds blanketing the county as the monsoon spreads westward, that'll keep temperatures from getting as hot as last week with highs topping out near normal.

We'll keep a slight chance for a few showers and thunderstorms on Thursday, but the chances subside then as monsoon flow weakens. Humidity will trend downward into the weekend and while temperatures will remain near normal, it will be warm, with highs near 80 at the coast and near 90 inland.

Tuesday's Highs:

Coast: 72-79° 

Inland: 80-90° 

Mountains: 80-92° 

Deserts: 105-110° 

 

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