Today will feature slightly warmer temps and slightly higher humidity as high pressure slips offshore. Winds around high pressure move counter clockwise so as a result, we’ll be seeing warm SW winds develop as the high moves to our SE. These SW winds will increase temps roughly 5 degrees over yesterday and dew points will follow the same slow but steady increase. This means that highs will range from the mid 70’s north to the mid 80’s south with dew points remaining comfortable in the mid to upper 50’s. Winds aloft will begin to shift to the south west as well and as a result some high clouds are likely to filter in this afternoon. A spot shower is possible over the mountains but no widespread precip is likely. Other than the mountain high clouds, today will be mostly sunny.
I may not have the time to do a post this evening but know that more clouds are likely tomorrow along with scattered showers.