We made it to 99 degrees today, which is just one degree above average for this time of year. Over the next few days you will start to see these temperatures drop closer to average as a low pressure system approaches. This system is unfortunately moisture starved and so at the moment models are hinting at no rain associated with this system.
By the middle of the week, temperatures will warm up slightly as high pressure makes a return. Temperatures by Thursday and Friday will jump to the upper 90s for the valley and upper 80s into the mountains. This system will be short-lived, as a trough of low pressure begins to drop from the Pacific Northwest cooling us down once again for the weekend.
8-02-15 7:23 pm Weathercaster KAHTIA HALL