May 26, 2014 6:40 PM by Meteorologist Valerie Abati
After some pop-up showers and thunderstorms earlier this evening, conditions will stay mostly dry overnight. The remaining showers on Monday were due to the fact that our week long storm was finally moving out. These showers were the last of what we'll see for a few days.
Tuesday starts the warming trend, and it'll also start the drier forecast. An area of high pressure will dominate the upper atmosphere. So this will keep showers away - for the most part. Higher elevations, you could see a spotty shower this week, but most areas will stay dry. This high also brings with it the desert heat. So we'll climb into the 80s for most areas this week.
Conditions will stay fairly quiet through Thursday. So with some kids being off of school already, heading to the pool for a quick cool down might be a good idea. The next chance of rain doesn't come in until Friday. Then we'll have a brief period of showers around Friday and Saturday before drying back out for Sunday.
Have a great week... Meteorologist Valerie Abati
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