It will be a clear drive or walk to school on Monday morning but there is a chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon, with a low pressure system affecting the area with cloudy skies for the next few days.
Monday morning skies will be mostly clear while the air will be lighter due to low barometric pressure, causing clouds to set in around noon and afternoon with a chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms inland and over the mountains.
Winds will remain relatively moderate throughout the day, with maximum high temperatures reaching 32° Celsius inland, around 29 along the south and east coasts, 28 in the rest of the coastal areas, while it will be 22 up on the mountains.
Evening skies will remain cloudy over local areas at times with fewer clouds over the mountains, while temperatures are expected to fall down to the upper teens inland as well as out west and in the north, while it will be around 20 in all other coastal regions and in the lower teens up in the mountains.
No changes are expected Tuesday and Wednesday. A chance of rain and thunder remains the same through mid-week, while a slight drop in temperature will bring normal averages back to normal for this time of the year.