Monsoonal moisture, that wrapped itself around our upper level low, will be surging back to the south today. Partly cloudy skies are still expected throughout the morning and afternoon along with a small chance for rain. 15-20% chances are topping today’s rain potential with high temperatures between 86 and 91 degrees.
By Friday, rain chances hold at 15% within the morning and dry out entirely by the afternoon. Highs will peak at normal values for this time of the year; between 88 and 93 degrees. As we move into the weekend though, temperatures fall dramatically along with winds increasing.
Low pressure from the Pacific Northwest will drop into central Nevada. This will carry in cooler air from the north and shoot it down into the valley. Saturday we will still hold in the upper 80s and low 90s but by Sunday, mid 80s will be common along with winds increasing to between 10 and 20 mph with gusts around 35 mph.
By Monday, the coolest air will arrive and allow the valley to only reach the upper 70s and lower 80s. Winds continue for the day but slack off as we move into Tuesday and Wednesday. Sunny skies will be common Saturday clear into next week with highs in the lower 80s after Monday.