Expect a warm finish to our week with temperatures running a few degrees above average as highs reach the lower to mid-80's, winds southeasterly 5-10mph at times. Some upper-level clouds will also creep into the picture as monsoon moisture increases across the region through the weekend. At this time, thunderstorms look unlikely but will have to be watched, there is an outside chance we could spark a high based storm, especially with the extreme heat anticipated over the weekend. Daytime highs will top out in the mid to upper 80's this weekend, even nearing 90-degrees in a few locations on Sunday, while overnight lows remain pretty mild, cooling to the 40's and 50's. The heat and humidity will stick around into early next week as highs remain in the 80's with overnight lows generally in the 40's. We'll experience some minor cooling late next week as our forecast remains dry for now.
Good Night! Big Bear City, California (6,800ft.) UPDATED @ 01:43 AM
Currently Clear skies Temperature: 45.4ºF Winds: S @ 0 mph Feels Like: 45ºF ∙Humidity: 38% Barometer: 30.032 & Steady Dewpoint: 21.2ºF∙Wetbulb: 37.3ºF Current UV Index: 0.0 ∙ Solar: 0
Rainfall Past Hour: 0.00" Snow
Storm Total: None
Today High: 47.2ºF @ 12:00 AM ∙Low: 45.4ºF @ 1:27 AM Max Wind Gust: 6.0 mph @ 1:20 AM 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: 83.5ºF @ 2:59 PM ∙Low: 35.5ºF@ 5:39 AM Max Wind Gust: 15.0 mph ENE @ 1:40 PM
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")