New Articles regarding the sunspot cycle worth reading…….

It appears that summer like weather will continue one more day today then cooling, along with afternoon and evening breezes to prevail Thursday into Friday. Steepened lapes rates may allow a few TSRWS for develop Friday afternoon over parts of Mono County.

The remains of an upper level high over California will push temps up a few more degrees today, before giving way to a low pressure system moving SE out of the pacific northwest into the northern Great Basin. Cooling from the back side of that system will spread south over northern and Central Ca. bringing between 10 and 15 degrees of cooling Thursday into Friday. Thereafter….Temps to remain stable throughout the weekend (64 to 67), before another upper ridge builds in Monday through Wednesday next week, for a return of Summer. This is just in time for the Summer Solstice Tuesday Am at 10:16am PDT.  Highs Tuesday into Wednesday in the low to mid 70s next week.

Reference Glossary of Weather Terms
Disclaimer: I have been a hobbyist meteorologist for over 30 years here in the Mammoth area and I do this for my personal enjoyment. The National Weather Service saves lives every day . . . I do not. When making important planning decisions please use information provided by the National Weather Service as they are the most knowledgeable and accurate information source available today.