Temperatures are on their way down after several days of extreme heat.
Our heat advisory expires Saturday night at 7 p.m. as things start to cool off.
Several places will still be warm in our inland and valley areas Sunday, but significantly less than what we experienced Friday and Saturday.
Temperatures will be dropping through Thursday, with potentially even some rain coming along with it.
We will also have some patchy clouds and fog throughout Sunday and into Monday.
Winds are currently under small craft advisory levels but that could change as we head into this next week.
The concern for fire weather remains as our relative humidity is still under 25 percent in some areas, along with the warmer temperatures.
Stay cool out there!