Upper-level high pressure, with its sinking air, will completely dominate our weather for the next several days with no rainfall and sizzling-hot daytime temperatures.
Tonight, we will have mainly clear moon-lit skies with light winds after midnight and a comfortable low of 73.
Saturday, on the Fourth, sunny skies with generally light winds, very dry and hotter with a high of 96.
Saturday night we will have clear skies tranquil with our full moon and a seasonal low of 74.
Sunday, expect sunny skies not much wind until the late afternoon, sea breeze, and scorching hot with a high of 98.
Temperatures will start to back off a little by Tuesday of next week.
Enjoy the holiday weekend.