Clear skies today were obscured by some of the smoke in the atmosphere from wildfires in western parts of the continent. Highs near and just shy of 90 are about normal for the date, as we begin to see our high-temperature normals head downward. There’s not too much change in our weather through Tuesday.

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Through tonight: Skies are mostly clear but still hazy. Humidity nudges back up a bit through the night. Lows are in the mid-60s to near 70. There could be a patch of fog late.

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Tomorrow (Tuesday): We’ll awake to lots of sunshine and moderate humidity levels. Clouds will increase with time, but any rain should stay south of here. Highs will be in the upper 80s to about 90. Winds will be from the southwest around 5 to 10 mph.

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Wildfire smoke: As heat and fire continue to attack the West, we’ve been dealing with a new batch of wildfire smoke over the region today. While it is not affecting surface weather conditions, it will continue to cause a milky sky and orange/red sunrises and sunsets.

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