Experienced a minor influx of monsoon moisture from an easterly wave moving through the region Monday, another upper level disturbance will traverse south of the area today so we'll keep a slight chance of an afternoon shower or isolated thunderstorm around. Primary threat with any thunderstorms that develop will be gusty winds and lightning; otherwise partly cloudy skies with light winds and highs in the lower to mid 80's this afternoon. Little change expected through midweek, although humidity levels should decrease temporarily, with another surge of mid and upper level moisture forecast through the weekend as high pressure meanders around the four corners. Daytime highs will remain in the lower to mid 80's while our overnight lows cool to the upper 40's & 50's; more of the same into next week with a continued chance for afternoon convection and slightly cooler.
Good Morning! Big Bear City, California @ 6,790' UPDATED @ 09:00 AM
Currently Clear skies Temperature: 77.4ºF Winds: NE @ 2 mph Heat Index: 77.4ºF ∙ Wind Chill: 77.4ºF Barometer: 29.948 & Steady Humidity: 32% ∙Dewpoint: 45.2ºF Wetbulb: 60.3ºF Current UV Index: 2.9 ∙ Solar: 533 Rainfall Past Hour: 0.00"
Today High: 77.4ºF @ 8:58 AM ∙Low: 51.7ºF @ 5:46 AM Max Wind Gust: 7.0 mph @ 8:56 AM Rain: 0.00" ∙ Snow: 0.00" Sunrise: 5:51 am ∙ Sunset: 7:49 pm