As promised, a southwest breeze has steered some increasing humid air into our neighborhoods today. Our temperatures are at about the same level as they were yesterday, but the higher humidity is making conditions feel warmer.
Scattered showers will pop-up this afternoon and evening mostly in northern and higher terrain areas in the western mountains and foothills.
More warm and humid conditions are expected on Monday with a disturbance moving through, producing scattered showers and thundershowers. A better chance at wide spread showers and thundershowers for Tuesday as a frontal boundary moves through our region. Behind that front look for northwest breezes to usher in some drier and cooler conditions, which will stay with us Wednesday, Thursday and possible Friday, although Friday is a bit up in the air as we're keeping an eye out for the possibility of some showers moving through. Right now it doesn't look likely, but we'll keep an eye on this situation!