Pop up thunderstorms will die off as we move to the nighttime hours. Expect the smoke to be sticking around throughout the night into tomorrow. Our low temperatures will still be running warmer than average in the 60s. Tomorrow will be similar weather wise. Smokey conditions will persist throughout the day and spotty storm chances in the afternoon. These afternoon storms (if they form) will favor higher elevations by the divide. Tomorrow’s highs will be approaching record breaking temperatures again with upper 90s and possible triple digits in the valley. The high pressure system over the desert southwest will continue to pull smoke into the valley during the daytime hours. Monday a trough over the Pacific Northwest will absorb the remnants of tropical storm Genevieve and move into the region. Monday/Tuesday storms will likely be dry but the chance for wetting rains will increase as the week goes on. The increase in moist air (and potential rain) will help knock our high temperatures down towards our normal levels for the year.