Tonight: Occasional showers and storms are possible overnight, though they'll taper off during the morning hours. Expect temperatures to be sluggish and stay in the 60s and 70s most of the night before dropping briefly into the 50s by sunrise.
Wednesday: High rain chances stay with us as monsoon moisture streams overhead. Storms will form over the mountains and spread east-northeast throughout the afternoon and evening. With highs in the 80s to low 90s and plenty of moisture, expect mainly heavy rain and minor flooding to be the main threats with any of these storms.
Extended: Daily chances for thunderstorms are possible throughout the seven day forecast. Highs will fluctuate in the 80s and 90s for most. A few 70s are in the forecast for the lower elevations as well on Thursday. Storms will be most widespread into the end of the work week before dropping off slightly this weekend.