The well-established, upper ridge that has parked itself over the pacific coast in the last week is still in place and is still bringing sunny and warm conditions to the region.
This ridge does begin to move over the course of the week, which means our warmest conditions will come in the middle of the week and our stable pattern may finally break by next weekend.
In the interim we will see another pleasant day to start the work week. Monday high temperatures should be right around the 60 degree mark. Winds will continue to be light, but a consistent pattern out of the east/northeast will help drop those temperatures a few degrees from the mid 60s we saw on Sunday.
Skies will remain mainly clear for the bulk of the forecast period but a slightly disturbance to the south could mean a few more clouds building in on Tuesday and into early Wednesday.
All in it continues to be a great outlook for pleasant fall conditions as we head towards the end of the month of October. Don’t put the golf clubs away for the season just yet!