With highs pushing 90 this week, and overnight lows as warm as 60, things will really start to feel like summer around here. Even the mountains expect much warmer temperatures with overnight lows staying above freezing for the first time this year. This means rapid snow melt of the still extensive snowpack in the mountains, and with that the threat of swelling streams and flooding.
Overall a warmer weather pattern setting up as we head into June. Our weather looks dry around town through most of the week with just a slight chance of showers being introduced as we head into Friday.