Plenty of sunshine out there today with partly to mostly sunny skies, and things will stay that way for tomorrow as well as we tack on a couple more degrees to make it into the mid 80s tomorrow before our string of nice days runs out.
An area of low pressure off to our west will slide towards us tomorrow and arrive Friday after noon with showers and storms. A couple storms could be strong, but no major severe weather is currently expected. This storms will turn to rain for us on Saturday, with rain with us through most of the day. While all of us have the chance to see rain, it looks like the greatest amount of rain will fall along and south of Highway 84 on Saturday. Rain will come to an end Saturday evening from northwest to southeast as the cold front passes through and high pressure returns from the north.
Our new area of high pressure will turn winds from the north for Sunday and Monday, leading to much cooler, but still comfortable, temperatures to start next week before our highs return to seasonal readings in the 80s as we enter the middle of next week.
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