After a cool, rainy weekend, Memorial Day is shaping up to be the first day of a warm week ahead.
Daytime highs will still be slightly cooler and below seasonal averages. The microclimate weather model is showing the possibility of some rain near the north coast just before 7:00 a.m., but then clear skies by the afternoon. Monday’s wind forecast will be breezy at times with winds ranging from 10-20 miles per hour through the evening. There are several services happening Monday to honor Memorial Day, for a list of those, click here.
Temperatures for the interior valleys are expected to reach the upper 60s to low 70s Monday, while the coastal valleys and beaches will stay closer to the low to mid-60s. Continuing through the rest of the week, each day will bring warmer temperatures by at least a few degrees. Tuesday’s forecast already shows parts of the interior valleys reaching the low 80s, which is expected to continue through the end of the week.