Deepening low pressure in the Rockies will cause increasing winds humidity and temperatures here ahead of the first significant cold front of the season which will be arriving on Monday. Rain and much cooler temperatures will occur with the front and behind it with slow clearing not happening until the latter part of next week.
Friday expect considerable sunshine less wind humid and warmer with a high of 88.
Friday night will be warm and sticky with a low of 77 under mostly cloudy skies.
Saturday we will have a mix of clouds and sunshine more wind and humidity and very warm with a high of 89 and a few stray inland showers.
More of the same on Sunday with just a stray shower, lots of wind and a high near 90.