One more triple digit heat before we get some relief early in the week.
High pressure will shift a little farther east by Monday, resulting in more monsoonal moisture across SoCal. We're calling for a 20% chance of scattered showers and storms Monday into Tuesday. Some localized flooding is possible with some of these storms across mountain roads, streams and usually dry arroyos and washes, especially if any training occurs with showers. Storms are not expected to remain stationary at this time and that should keep flash flooding potential to a minimum. Rain and clouds will keep daytime highs out of the 100s, and a few degrees below average! We're back to dry and hot by the weekend, with 100s returning by Thursday.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear and breezy. Lows 68-73. Winds SW at 5-10 mph after midnight.
SUNDAY: Sunny, hot and breezy late. Highs 92-103. Winds WSW at 20-30, gusts up to 35 mph.
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Enjoy the rest of your Saturday!
-Meteorologist Emily Borchard