(Victor Valley) – The week starts off cooler, but a warm up is coming later in the week.
A trough of low pressure off the coast is keeping temperatures cooler over Southern California through Tuesday.
For Wednesday night into Thursday some moisture from the remnants of hurricane Fabio will be drawn northward across California. The main impact would only be some increase in high clouds. No rain is expected at this time. However, the high clouds may contribute to a colorful sunset.
The National Weather Service in San Diego is forecasting that Wednesday will be a transition day as high pressure from the east begins to move into the area. This will bring warmer days and some increase in monsoonal moisture. The added moisture will likely result in some afternoon clouds over the mountains, and perhaps some renewed chance of thunderstorms over the weekend or early next week.
Temperatures for the first part of the week will top out in the low to mid 80s. Things will warm up starting Thursday with highs in the mid 90s through the weekend. Overnight lows will be in the upper 50s and low 60s.