Smoke from the wildfires on the West Coast will continue to bring a milky sky to the area and more peachy and red sunrises and sunsets.
A strong summer breeze from the southwest between 15 and 30 mph will help warm temperatures into the low 80s by the afternoon.
A cold front will move through the area on Wednesday to drop temperatures into the low 70s, however the front swings through without rain.
The coldest air doesn't really arrive until Thursday and Friday with temperatures falling into the 50s to bring a fall feel back to the forecast.
60s return along with a chance of rain for the weekend, which doesn't look to be a washout.