The weekend is upon us and the weather is holding out. High pressure is still in full control keeping our skies clear and the jet stream is taking any storms developing in the Pacific north.
Highs will hold in the low 80s through Saturday and upper 70s Sunday with lows in the upper 4os all weekend.
If you’be been hoping for a break from the heat, we’ll see one next week. The jet stream will drop south and a weak trough of low pressure will begin to move inland. This will allow more on-shore flow and will bring in a cooler air mass. Highs will drop to the mid 70s Monday and low 70s Tuesday through Thursday.
There are still no storms in sight though, and therefore no rain in sight either. With warm, dry and windy conditions, the grass pollen will likely stay in the very high category!
Good luck to all the track and field athletes today and tomorrow and good luck to the Beavs this weekend! The weather is looking good for both events.
Have a great day!
-Meteorologist Melissa Frey
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