The warm spell that began with a 27 degree day on July 27th, will end with an expected 28 degree day August 6th. It's definitely been the longest stretch of warm weather we've had this season. It comes to an end as an upper trough and a Pacific cold front swing through early Friday morning, giving us periods of rain Thursday night and showers on Friday. There will also be the chance of thundershowers. The cooler air will stick around for the weekend, with warmer weather returning next week.
Wednesday night: Clear, low 14 Thursday: Mainly sunny, rain developing in the evening and overnight, high 28 Friday: Morning showers, clearing in the afternoon, high 20 Saturday: Partly cloudy, chance of afternoon showers or thundershowers, high 17 Sunday: Sunny, high 21 Monday: Sunny, high 26