The last week of spring brings another warm up, the heating is already underway today and it will continue through Thursday. Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees above normal from the valleys to the deserts.
Coastal communities will remain comfortable with low clouds night into early morning. The skies should be able to clear quicker through the duration of the warm up, until Thursday.
High pressure will build over the southwest, providing warmer conditions this week before drifting into the plains and spreading warmer weather across the Easter part of the county by the weekend.
As the ridge drifts east, a storm to our north will bring our temperatures back to near normal Father's Day Weekend.
Clouds will clear slower to sunny skies this weekend, but faster clearing and warming temperatures are expected again next week.
Summer is just around the corner with the summer solstice happening at 2:13am on June 21st.
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