Friday Night: Tonight we will see partly cloudy skies and lows in the upper 40s to low 50s. Mild winds out of the northwest at 5 to 15 MPH and gusts up to 20 MPH are helping to push the moderate smoke out of the valley. The upper level storm system core is going through the valley and that will keep isolated showers and thunderstorms over the region this evening. Fog is expected on the coast tonight and will push into the valley early Saturday morning. We will also see a 30% chance of a few more isolated, spotty showers.
Holiday Weekend: The upper level storm system will slide East of the Cascades Saturday morning leading to mostly sunny skies in the afternoon. A pool of cold air in the core will keep temperatures in the 70s through the Holiday weekend. Sunday we will see a second weaker core move in from the Northwest and bring a small chance of showers Sunday with partly cloudy skies. Labor Day look just about perfect with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 70s with light winds out of the Northwest.
Next Week: We are tracking a ridge of high pressure that will lead to mostly sunny skies next week and highs rebounding into the mid 80s by the middle of the week. We are tracking a storm system that may reach us by next weekend but still a little to far out to be sure. We will keep and eye on it and keep you posted.