A passing cold front has dropped temperature 5 to 7 degrees below average for this time of year. For the rest of the week our temperatures will remain below average as a low pressure system sweeps down. This will bring about an onshore flow aloft keeping valley temperatures into the lower 90s until Sunday and mountains into the lower 80s.
We are not forecasted to see any rain over the next several days ahead, instead skies will remain clear and dry air will continue to seep through. No weather worries are in store for the next ten days ahead. Labor Day temperatures are forecasted to climb into the mid- 90s for the valley and mid-80s for the mountains with sunny skies.
8-30-15 8:10 pm Weathercaster KAHTIA HALL