Isolated thunderstorms and showers continue to remain in the forecast for the afternoon and early evening for the next few days.
Temperatures remain in 60s and 70s, right near average for this time of year for the next few days as well.
Any thunderstorm that develops will be non-severe, but cells still have the possibility of producing strong winds and small hail.
A cold front moves through on Wednesday, which will bring in some gusty winds after it passes, which will bring in the chance of increased fire weather chances.
A cooling trend follows, back to below-average temperatures by Thursday and continuing into next weekend.