We have two different storms moving our way. One is coming up from the south, while another is coming our way from the upper midwest. Between the two, we are going to be in an unsettled air mass until they move away later this week.
There is the chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm as we move through the night. Then, scattered showers and thunderstorms will break out tomorrow from the southern storm. When the western front moves through Wednesday, there will be another round of widespread showers and thunderstorms. Even when this front clears us, we will not completely dry out. Our thunderstorm chances will be limited, but we will be in a very typical summertime weather pattern where a thunderstorm could still pop up Thursday or Friday. Another front will move our way over the weekend.
We only made it to 86 today, with an easterly wind bringing in cooler, ocean air. That wind will continue tomorrow, keeping temperatures close to the average of 87 degrees. Temperatures will start to climb back into the 90s later this week.