Muggy and warm conditions will continue on Thursday, with a chance for isolated thunderstorms in the mountains.
The chance for storms subsides Thursday but a few storms could develop in the afternoon or evening, most likely in the the mountains. Thursday will be the hottest day of the week, temperatures will rise another 2-3 degrees, then we drop a couple of degrees on Friday. The chance for storms will subside on Friday and Saturday, with the monsoon moisture shifting east.
Low clouds and patchy fog will impact coastal communities at night and early morning, turning to mostly sunny.
We will see another chance for monsoonal storms starting Sunday through the middle of next week. Some of the storms could possibly shift west like we saw this week, with measurable rain inland and possibly near the coast. Stay tune to the changes, as more storms are set to develop next week.
In the mountains and desert, the heat will peak this weekend with temperatures close to 110 degrees in the deserts and 90s for our mountains.
Temperatures will drop back to near or slightly below normal next week, on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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