It's another unseasonably warm Sunday afternoon in the works after a pleasantly cool morning. Temperatures near 87 today may once again break record highs set back in the 1920s.
A dry stretch throughout the week ahead only adds to the worsening drought in our area coupled with above average temperatures. The latest drought monitor shows how the lack of rainfall is having an impact on local vegetation and the start of wildfires. A 'No Burn Order' is still in effect.
Meanwhile, expect upper 80s for Halloween on Monday, yet cooling after sunset during the time of trick or treating. A few rain chances are possible by Thursday into Friday as a cold front brings cooler conditions for the upcoming weekend. Clocks will roll back a week from today as Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday, November 6, 2016.