We'll see more clouds and slightly cooler temperatures on today as another disturbance rotates around the southern end of the Great Basin high. There will likely be some isolated showers at times throughout the next 24 hours, with a few thunderstorms also possible. Although most of us won't see much measurable rainfall, there could be a few areas that do see some heavier downpours and therefore higher rainfall amounts.
Dry weather and less humidity is expected by Thursday, and with slightly more sunshine on tap, we should see a few degrees of warming. This trend reverses on Friday, which should allow for some cooling. Heading into the holiday weekend...it will be warmest on the 4th, followed by some additional cooling from Sunday into early next week. In fact temperatures by next week look to return to near normal for this time of the year...with a mix of 60s and 70s by the coast, and 80s and 90s in our valleys.