Warmer than average temperatures will continue through this week.
A partly cloudy sky will continue through the overnight hours along with dry conditions. Any mountain storms that pop should subside after sunset. The lower elevations will experience a jump in temperatures Wednesday and the mountains will kick off rounds of storms in the afternoons. Gusty winds to adjacent locations/valleys will be possible. High pressure system will continue to keep the warm up going and daily mountain storms frequent. Dry conditions remain under this pattern along with a partly cloudy sky later in the day(s). The high could get nudged by a low pressure system late this weekend, but mountain storms will already be more widespread and lower valleys should begin to slowly deteriorate late in the weekend evening hours. Stronger winds are anticipated early next week when this low swings through.