Weather: Dry Stretch of Weather Ahead (7/2/17)

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Hello everyone, I hope you are finally enjoying the weather! Outside of a brief shower Sunday night we are dry. We have a weak front that will slide across the region and will spark a very isolated shower. There is no concern for flooding. Starting Monday off with a partly cloudy skies and a few areas of patchy fog with morning lows in the low to middle 60s. Heading into the afternoon we are becoming mostly clear, with fair weather clouds about and daytime highs nearing 80°. As we get ready for the fireworks we have a very low chance of a passing shower, so get down early and claim your spot!

The 4th of July is looking just fantastic, we are expecting mostly sunny skies and high temperatures in the middle to upper 70s. A well deserved break from all the soggy weather. An area of high pressure will stick around into the middle to end of the week, departing Thursday. Come Thursday night into Friday we are watching for our next chance for rain, which could be another soaker.

Tonight: Partly cloudy to mostly clear, a brief spot shower is possible. Overnight low, mid 60s. Wind: Southwest 5-10mph.

Monday: An isolated morning shower and patchy fog, and becoming mostly to partly clear. Daytime high, near 80°. Wind: West 10mph.

Monday Night: Partly cloudy with a low chance of a passing shower. Overnight low, low 60s. Wind: Northwest 5-10mph.

4th of  July/ Tuesday: A few weather clouds, otherwise mostly sunny. Daytime high, mid 70s. Wind: Northwest 10mph.

Have a fun and safe holiday!

-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher

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