Our forecast is very simple. A ridge of high pressure in place is going to preserve the exact same airmass around for the entire forecast period. The airmass is still rather dry, which will allow low temperatures to drop into the low 50s tonight. However, the air mass will slowly get warmer as it sits over the same area. Highs will be in the mid 70s tomorrow and the upper 70s the rest of the week. Lows will slowly warm into the low 60s.
A subtle disturbance may roll through the region on Tuesday, giving us some very slight rain chances. Another disturbance will brush by on Thursday. These are our only rain chances. Other than that, we’re looking warm and dry to bring in October.