High pressure will strengthen through the end of the week into the weekend, pushing daytime temperatures above the average (81/47), with dry weather for the time being. Fair and little warmer today and tomorrow with highs in the lower 80's, winds mostly light and variable with lows in the 40's. A developing south-southeast flow may also start to draw some mid & upper-level moisture across the area. This heatwave will peak over the weekend, where temps could reach the upper 80's, possibly nearing 90-degrees by Sunday & Monday, even overnight lows will remain pretty mild, cooling into the 50's each night. The only caveat is increasing monsoon moisture across the desert southwest, which may suppress temperatures a tad, but we could make up for with a higher heat index. This ridge will remain off to our east through early next week, keeping the door open for any possible influx in moisture from Sonora that could spark afternoon convection, for now just expecting some afternoon clouds.
Good Evening! Big Bear City, California (6,800ft.) UPDATED @ 10:44 PM
Currently Clear skies Temperature: 51.1ºF Winds: S @ 2 mph Feels Like: 51ºF ∙Humidity: 35% Barometer: 30.019 & Rising slowly Dewpoint: 24.4ºF∙Wetbulb: 41.3ºF Current UV Index: 0.0 ∙ Solar: 0
Rainfall Past Hour: 0.00" Snow
Storm Total: None
Today High: 83.5ºF @ 2:59 PM ∙Low: 35.5ºF @ 5:39 AM Max Wind Gust: 15.0 mph @ 1:40 PM Rain: 0.00" ∙ Snow: 0.00" Sunrise: 5:41 am ∙ Sunset: 7:57 pm Current Air Quality:Good
Current Fire Threat: Very High
Yesterday High: 80.0ºF @ 2:53 PM ∙Low: 37.9ºF@ 5:46 AM Max Wind Gust: 18.4 mph WNW @ 9:55 AM
Rain:0.00 " ∙ Snow: 0" Month High: 83.5ºF 7/9∙Low: 35.5ºF7/9 Max Wind Gust: 18.4 mph Rain: 0.00" ∙Snow: 0"
Season High: 83.7 °F on 5/28/2020 ∙Low: 9.9 °F on 1/1/2020 Max Wind Gust: 41.4 mph on 6/28/2020 Rain: 8.25" ∙Snow: 0" (Seasonal Average: 62")