Just a quick update…..The band of moisture currently headed into the Sierra still has the potential to bring some light rain or sprinkles today. The Dweebs are not expecting a lot but enough to possibly dampen the ground. The most notable change to the forecast is that temperatures will be quite a bit cooler than forecasted today.  Highs will only get into the 50s today…some 20 degrees below normal.  Night time lows will remain above freezing but into the upper 30s/low 40s.  Feels a little like fall!  Expect periods of gusty winds up to 35 MPH with ridge tope gusts to 60MPH.  It will be another cool day on Tuesday. However not as cool as today….expect highs in the 60s. Some scattered showers are certainly possible Tuesday.  Wednesdays weather is still looking good with highs in the 70s. Very warm weather is expected over the weekend with highs in the 80s.  The only other adjustment to the forecast is that most of the modeling is keeping the upper high east enough for very warm temps…..however, no records if the trend continues. There are more then enough ensemble members keeping the upper high between the 4 corners states and Southern NV. Vegas may break some records but Bishop may be just plain hot without record heat.  The location and strength of the upper subtropical continental high is what the Dweebs will be most focused on the next 5 days along with the possibility of Thunderstorms next week. More later this week on the developing heat wave and its effects upon the Eastern Serra. Dr Howard and the Dweebs…………………..:-)