An upper level low pressure system has retrograded westward over central/northern Baja
, with resulting flow drawing subtropical moisture up into our area, so humidity will be on the rise over the next few days as temperatures remain close to average. We'll see a few high clouds through this evening with east-southeast winds 5-15mph as lows drop into the 30's. Expect variable high cloudiness Tuesday as mid & upper level moisture streams in from the southeast, not the monsoon flow, this courtesy of that cutoff low, even grabbing some moisture off Tropical Storm Rosyln southwest of Cabo. We could squeeze out a few sprinkles or light showers with highs in the upper 60's; southeast winds 5-15mph at times. Additional moisture and dynamics arrive Wednesday into Thursday, given enough clearing we could have sufficient surface heating to destabilize the atmosphere and trigger a few afternoon thundershowers; little temperatures change through midweek. This low will eject eastward Friday ahead of a deepening trough along the west coast which should lead to some gusty west winds and cooler fall temps for the weekend; dry next week.